Apr 13, 2012, 10:03 PM
To make a long story short on all of this, I called microsoft tech support to check out my windows media player. They couldn’t find anything wrong. To make sure, I got tech support at a store and had them look over the windows media player. It was fine.
He said it had to be the cds I was ripping. Now all the cds were burned from the master cd for each one at the studio. Perhaps, that’s where the problem lies.
I subsequently e mailed the studio and they wouldn’t take the cds back until I decided to send a copy of the e-mail to the owner and CEO. Then they said mail back the demos. So I mailed back 10 demos. Now I’m waiting to them to burn them again and hopefully solve the problem.
My question is: If the cd is clear and i rip it, how can it have clicks and pops on it?
Also, has anyone used itunes to rip their cds, and if so would that be better than wmp?
I tried to work audio grabber, but I couldn’t figure out what to do with it.
When I searched for the other one: exact audio copy, I got a virus on the computer and had to have it removed by tech support.
How complicated this all seems to me.
But I’m learning. And thank you all for your help. Please don’t feel frustrated with me.
Thanks again, Sylvia