How do you transfer a musicCD to your Droid

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  1. Nedaroth

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    Never done this and does it make them mp3's like the amazon downloads?

    Thanks:)
     
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    You can use DoubleTwist on your computer to download the CD and then transfer to the Droid.
     
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    thanks jsh.
     
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    Or just rip the CD to your PC using Windows media player. It is already installed. Assuming you have a PC. This will create mp3 files which you simply copy to the Droid.
     
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    You could always place the Droid on top of the CD and hope for it to transfer by osmosis. Seeing that would probably take a while just do what jsh or dylanthecat suggested.
     
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    If you did that though I bet the Droid would not transfer all the songs though. It would selectively choose only it's favorites.

    When did the forum get this automatic spell checking feature? Kinda cool. Or is it part of Chrome?
     
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    I prefer the windows media method over doubletwist. I couldn't get used to doubletwist, aggravated me.

    And the spell check is part of chrome. Firefox does it as well. Not sure about IE, haven't used IE in years.
     
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    Different strokes for different folks, of course. I like DoubleTwist's capabilities and its playlist management.
     
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    I have a problem wit some CDs Ripping correctly... They take forever to rip and they come out with poor quality sound. Is this possibly anti-pirating built into the CDs?

    I can rip CDs from the same group and not have a problem but on some CDs I have the problem.
     
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    check my signature for the best way to sync music to your droid
     
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    I like Winamp, since it does every MP3 player I can throw at it, as well as ripping faster than WMP.
     
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    There are many ways to do it with pros and cons for each option. Personally, I prefer Exact Audio Copy using the LAME encoder. EAC ensures that tracks are cleanly ripped from the CD. LAME, in my experience, offers the best MP3 encoding. I'm sure others will chime in that any MP3 is poor quality though.

    EAC and LAME won't get music on your Droid though. They just rip and encode.
     
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