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creating a jukebox and ripping cd's


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Hello,

 

I am trying to create a jukebox for my website. I use Roxio Easy CD version 9.

Can someone tell me if I can use this software for this. Or what should I use?

 

Also, if i try to rip my music from the cd's, how do i rip 60 or 90 second sound

clips only. Example if I am going to rip the songs I'd like to take about 20 seconds into

each track and take 90 seconds from there.

 

Would appreciate anyone's help with this. Thank you.

 

 

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Hello,

 

I am trying to create a jukebox for my website. I use Roxio Easy CD version 9.

Can someone tell me if I can use this software for this. Or what should I use?

 

Also, if i try to rip my music from the cd's, how do i rip 60 or 90 second sound

clips only. Example if I am going to rip the songs I'd like to take about 20 seconds into

each track and take 90 seconds from there.

 

Would appreciate anyone's help with this. Thank you.

 

I didn't thnk there was such an animal. Do you have Easy Media Creator 9 or Easy CD (Red Box)?

 

Do you have an application called Sound Editor?

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Couple of things.

 

A Jukebox disc is just an mp3 disc so if you can use mp3's they should work.

 

Be careful though,Copyright laws and royalties come into play when you use someone else's music.

 

With Roxio software you can't just rip a partial song.

You need to rip the whole track and then just edit and save the partial track.

 

That's why sknis wants to know if your version of the software includes Sound Editor.

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