This entry was posted on Wednesday, January 5th, 2011 at 1:20 am and is filed under Uncategorized.
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Both comments and pings are currently closed.
@robear, not that particular one, no. had several korean taco/burrito varieties though. it’s an uber trendy thing. not really my deal. love tacos, like korean food fine, together is meh for me. some of it’s pretty good but I always end up feeling like I’d rather just have tacos or korean food
and yeah @your illness I think we are on the same page there. I never quite know what terms to use when talking about it…an inherently obscure subject.
regular CDs are not made from MP3s. WAV or AIFF are converted to .cda on burning.
sure. CD > WAV or AIFF on your HD, then convert that format to FLAC via TLH or xACT or whatever. Or you can import via iTunes as ALAC which is what I’ve been doing. Killer. Huge difference in the iPod.
note “up-converting” MP3s to other formats doesn’t do anything to make them sound better, it just makes them bigger files.
@robear, the since you answered @df’s question I assume you have your iTunes set that way. If so, you can select any group of files and right click (or wait, you have a mac…ah, Ctrl-click) on the selected files and in the menu you’ll see “Create Apple Lossless Version.” That option will reflect whatever the Import Settings preference you mentioned is set to.
[protip: when converting a big list of files that are in a certain order, before you convert then, click on the number column in the playlist to reverse the sorting, so it converts the last song first, etc. Then after converting, sort your whole iTunes library by Date Added and your playlist will be at the top in the correct order]