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RE: mp3 encoder?
Thanks everyone for the mp3 references. I'm mp3 capable again! I'll have
check out this download.com though, it seems pretty cool!
>From: "Mike Feeney" <email@example.com>
>Subject: RE: mp3 encoder?
>Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 06:44:25 -0500
> I use one called dbPowerAmp which I downloaded from www.download.com
>that's a good page to start with, they have loads of free shareware /
>freeware up for grabs (including a category for mp3 encoders). That
>software is a little buggy for me sometimes, but overall works pretty
>It allows you to convert to both mp3 and wav from a source CD, file, or
>from incoming audio from your soundcard.
> What's funny is that I did the same thing... I used to use
>until I reformatted... =) I miss it. MusicMatch seems to work fairly
>once you learn the not-particularly-intuitive-or-logical interface. =)
>From: matt davignon [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 12:53 PM
>Subject: mp3 encoder?
>Could anybody suggest a free mp3 encoder for me? I used to use
>Audiocatalyst, but I reformatted, and now all I have access to is the
>I tried MusicMatch Jukebox (or something like that), but either it doesn't
>list the CD tracks (so I can't pick which ones to encode), or it tries to
>burn the mp3 tracks to a new CD-R.
>Ideally, I'd like one that could do CD (or .wav) to mp3 and also mp3 to
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