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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by lastone, Apr 22, 2004.

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  1. lastone

    lastone Thread Starter

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    I'm thinking of joining.

    If you have...tell me:

    what format would songs be dl'd in?
    If in MP3, can they be converted to wav? and how?
    Easy to burn on to CD's?
    Is this a good deal?
    any limitations?
    pro's and con's???

    thank you, in advance ;)
     
  2. ldcxd36

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    Music from Apples iTune store is downloaded in a format called AAC (Advanced Audio Compression). AAC is a new format developed by Adobe Technologies and possibly may become the new standard in the future of music and DVD audio because of the high quality.

    iTunes can be used for Windows and its always recommended going to Apples website and downloaded the latest version of the software. It is easy to burn music to cds within iTunes.

    Limitations when burning is you must have the music files within your iTunes Library to be able to burn. You can not download music from other online music stores to add to iTunes as it only accepts AAC format. It is easy to import a cd's music into iTunes also

    Its definitely worth a look, and the iTunes store constantly adds new songs, artists and albums every day.

    Hope this helps
     
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