Posts Tagged mp3

Cassette tape to MP3 converter transfers all your favorite tapes

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Cassette tape to MP3 converter transfers all your favorite tapes onto your computer for safe storage and easy access. From there, music files can be transferred to an MP3 player, burned onto CDs or listened to directly through computer speakers. Don’t pay for the same songs twice. Tapes warp and CDs scratch but songs on your hard drive retain quality sound forever. Includes necessary USB and RCA cables and 9-volt adapter.

Source:  Taylor Gilfts

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The Cloud Player Just Like Itunes But Online

thecloudplayer1  The Cloud Player Just Like Itunes But Online

Source:  The Cloud Player

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A free software tool to validate and fix corrupted MPEG MP3 audio files

mp3checker  A free software tool to validate and fix corrupted MPEG MP3 audio files

MP3val is a small, high-speed, free software tool for checking MPEG audio files’ integrity. It can be useful for finding corrupted files (e.g. incompletely downloaded, truncated, containing garbage). MP3val is also able to fix most of the problems. Being a multiplatform application, MP3val can be runned both under Windows and under Linux (or BSD).

The most common MPEG audio file type is MPEG 1 Layer III (mp3), but MP3val supports also other MPEG versions and layers. The tool is also aware of the most common types of tags (ID3v1, ID3v2, APEv2).

Source:  MP3Val

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Take your iTunes with you through any web browser

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Take your iTunes with you

You’ve got a huge music collection in your iTunes at home.  You want to access that music from the office, at a friend’s party, or let other people hear it from anywhere in the world.  Install pulpTunes and access your music from anywhere, through a web browser.

Works on Mac, Windows and even Linux!

After started, a little orange will appear in your tray (as shown to the left), and you’ll be given your machine’s IP address.
To access your music from outside your home network, just point any browser to that address.   For Linux environments (where iTunes is not available) you just need an iTunes XML file which points to the music files.

Source:  PulpTunes

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