I have always heard and read that Apple Lossless is bit perfect. Make sure that on your iTunes settings, under the Import tab, you turn Error Correction on, and of course select the Lossless format. iTunes does not put DRM on files you rip from your own CDs. I think that you also can rip iTunes-purchased music (which is DRM-protected) onto a CDR, then import that CDR into iTunes to get around DRM for those tunes as well. At least I think I learned that on this forum some months ago! Of course, iTunes purchased music is lossy and cannot be improved by burning it to a CDR. Duh.
One other tip I learned on this forum: if you end up missing a lot of cover art in iTunes, you can for $25 buy a program called Cover Scout that runs really well on Mac and finds missing album art automatically from Amazon or Google for you. You can select among various cover pix available and link it to your iTunes music. I have filled in all my missing album art on my Mac Powerbook that way.
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2007-03-27, 13:31 #10
Last edited by sc53; 2007-03-27 at 13:34.