Recording MP3

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Darren Lewis, Nov 3, 2001.

  1. Darren Lewis

    Darren Lewis Supporting Actor

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    I want to create some MP3s on my PC from my original CDs. I don't have a CD player in the study, and I like the convenience of having MP3 playing in the background. At the moment I'm using Real JukeBox Plus, and creating at 128Kbps.
    Is this a good rate, or would one of the higher rates be better. I've got a 10Gb partition on my HD allocated for multimedia (including some well know film trailer downloads [​IMG]) Is RJB+ OK for creating MP3s or is there better software.
    Thanks.
    Not sure if I should post this in the music area, but it's to do with PCs - oh well it can be moved if necessary.
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  2. Rob Gillespie

    Rob Gillespie Producer

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    If you want the best sounding MP3s, use Lame with a variable bitrate.
    You can get all the info at this link so there's little point in me going through it:
    www.r3mix.net
     
  3. Darren Lewis

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