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Ripping Music from CD for musical sequence and for FM Transmitter


Oscar
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Hello,

What is the best or prefer file format (MP3 or WAV) to rip music from CD to create a music sequence. I understand that once you ripped a song from CD that its suppose to be to be run through a sound editor program "Audacity". I am not going to use a LOR MP3 show director controller. These musical sequence will be played wireless on an FM Transmitter. I would like to get decent sound when played on FM. I do not plan on not getting other equipments that requires best of sounds. Maybe down the road. Windows Media Player is what I am going to use to rip the music and is operated in Vista Ultimate X64.

Note: I currently do not own a LOR system yet. I am planning on getting one starting early next year. As for now, I am using a demo "Light Automation Control Software". I was told that I would be able to make musical sequence so it could be transfer to the actual automation control software. I am just planning ahead.;)

Equipments that I plan on getting are the CTB16PC controller, Pair of Linkers, EDM FM transmitter. Oh Ya....I forgot.......Lots of cables.:D

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Richard Hamilton

Based on your situation (not using the Show Director), I suggest just ripping to a wav file and be done with it.

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Yep, what Richard said. When you start sequencing, WAV gives the most accurate timing. Only downside is size of files.

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Richard Hamilton

Oscar wrote:

Sounds easy enough Richard. So that means that I do not have to modify the music through Audacity?

Probably not. When you rip from CD to a wav file, that should be sufficient for your needs.
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