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An important thing to realize is that the Gracenotes service identifies 
content on a CD from the numbers associated with the total length of the 
disc , and the individual lengths of the tracks .
 I always register all the discs I produce by submitting track names to 
Gracenotes. This is a part of Itunes. You can also select the format that 
you would like to save the files to. The handy thing for this is that you 
can save to AIFF (a recommended format for Amazon), save that version 
wherever you choose, then re-input the tracks in whatever format you would 
like to have on your mobile device. Gracenotes will recognize the CD and 
still allow you to update any information and re-submit, e.g. if you 
identify a composer previously unnamed, you can simply re-submit. You need 
to input the file again to update the track in your ITunes-Mickey

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "L. Hunter Kevil" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 6:59 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Audio on computers


> Many 'audiophools' like the jriver software for this purpose:
> http://www.jriver.com/
> I haven't used it myself, but would be very interested in comments from
> those who have.
>
> L. H. Kevil
>
>
> On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 12:13 AM, Shai Drori <[log in to unmask]> 
> wrote:
>
>> Hi Everyone
>> Its was a lot of fun to read all the posts about speakers polarity and
>> other stuff that reminded me of a lot of things I did in my youth (like
>> building speaker cabinets), and all this from a comment about 
>> audiophools.
>> But now I have a serious question to ask the forum's wisdom. For years I
>> have wanted to get all my cd's on a computer and hook it up to the stereo
>> system. It will take less space (about a 1000 cd's ), and be easy to 
>> find,
>> etc. Add to that the great downloads available today at usually more than
>> fair prices make the whole thing look like a win win. So, my question is
>> this, what equipment (computer, receiver, integrated amp, DAC) do you 
>> use?
>> What do you think give the best sound, or maybe the best bang for the 
>> buck,
>> or the largest set of features. I feel it's time for me to move forward 
>> and
>> get some new gear in my aging system. Do not be shy (that's my job), do
>> drop names, models, links, programs, rippers. I have a feeling I will 
>> learn
>> more here than surfing the net after surgery.
>> Cheers
>> Shai
>>
>