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Old 05-26-2005, 03:51 PM   #11
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And MusicMatch is much better? Whatever. MMJB is a buggy hunk of ***^. If you want to use a decent ripper, either change the preferences in iTunes to rip to MP3 or use a dedicated program like AudioGrabber. MusicMatch is junk, Period.

Care to give any real explaination for why iTunes sucking.. aside from you most likely being a hardcore PC user and iTunes is an Apple product?
I've used Musicmatch for years (well, 2 years or so), and never had a problem. It'* one of the few pieces of software I've paid for and not felt ripped off. It does a good job of ripping and burning for me.

The only thing it'* missing, in my opinion, is the ability to name the songs on an audio CD. I think it'* cool when the CD player in my car shows me the song title.

He asked for advice. That'* mine....
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I use itunes, works great, easy to use
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