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RE: new MP3
The best I have found and which produces 128-Kbps-quality MP3s is called
"CDex Backtracks." I found it through an excellent article on MP3
technology at C|Net, http://www.cnet.com. I can make really unbelievable
MP3s with this thing. I've played the original CD against an MP3 copy, and
I swear I can't tell the difference. Well, I use WinAmp to play MP3s,
is one kick-ass MP3 player.
<<CDex is a is utility which can record Digital Audio (DA) tracks from CD
into the files. The recorded audio tracks can be stored as either WAV files
or as MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3) files. CDex is using the Adaptecís ASPI
library Manager to communicate with the CD-ROM device, look at the end of
the FAQ page where to download an ASPI manager.
The latest version of Cdex can be downloaded from:
I know, this help file is not still what it should be, but it takes a lot
time to document and keep it up to date with the latest features and
problems that people are reporting.
Status of software:
CDex is freeware and I like to keep it that way. Although support (esp.
online time) and development tools are quite expensive. Therefore you can
support CDex by sending a small donation (money order, checks are OK) to:
v.d. Meystraat 1
5622 GT EINDHOVEN
From: dan sumner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday 10 April 1999 10:33 AM
Subject: Re: new MP3
Can you please tell me what software you use to
convert wav to mpeg. I can't seem to make it happen.
--- Leo Cavallo <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I've just uploaded my remix of a friend's little
> bossanova song.
> Check it out on ftp.teklab.com/teklab/incoming. The
> file is
> LeoCavalloREMIX.zip (including the mp3 and a txt).
> This is just a rough mix, but maybe you can get my
> actual concept of
> "looping" ;), in the drum & bass style, using a
> sampler, a computer and some
> let me know
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