trouble transferring mp3 files from cd to HDD

April 6, 2011 at 20:15:21
Specs: Windows 7, celeron??
do i need some sort of patch update upgrade or whatever to make this work??

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#1
April 6, 2011 at 20:40:53
Nope, simply mark all the mp3 files, click Menu / Edit / Copy, navigate to the target drive and folder, click Menu / Edit / Paste.

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April 6, 2011 at 20:43:08
Or are you using a normal music cd and want to make mp3 files of it?

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April 6, 2011 at 20:43:54
If you have a music CD that was purchased, you use Windows media Player or Real Player and you 'Rip' it from there, this will convert the music files to MP3 format and save them.
If you have a CD that you or a friend recorded MP3 files on, you just put the disk in, open computer and CD/DVD drive and copy/paste the files to a location on your computer, typically My Documents>My Music.

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#4
April 6, 2011 at 21:09:35
these are mass produced albiet HOME BREW mp3 files stored on CD created by a HUGE church (1 million + member church worldwide ministry))

some of the files are corrupted and can not be transfered or played at all or in their entirety because they were created from OLD reel to reel and or other magnetic media masters from the 1960's and 1970's and after

real player is beginnning to be able to transfer and copy some of them from CD to HDD but i have had trouble copying these files from the computer icons to HDD and orfrom the windows media player

right now Real Player is handling the job

but i would like to find out how to get the old noisy masters magnetic media transfered to the CDs cleanly without any more teknikal glitches and hang ups so i can tell my church how to fix the problem

len


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#5
April 6, 2011 at 22:47:03
Masters should not be recorded as MP3's. Choose as lossless format, Transfer the tape with clean equalized flat preamps to computer hard drives with low noise sound cards. Save at CD quality 44.1 khz 16 bits min, Save to CD before further processing. This becomes your working masters. Further processing will be noise reduction, normalizatiom, click removal and equalization. These will be your release masters. Then you make your mp3 masters.

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