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    What would be the best way to use like 20 different cd's with dance and disco music in my traktor pro 2?

    Im trying to put them all in my itunes but my itunes dont read them
    my traktor can read them but my itunes aparently no

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    itune sucks, get rid of it.

    which file format your track are?
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    I dont know .cda i think
    there are some old cds that my mom gave them to me

    I know its sucky but I dont see myself using another thing i use itunes all my life and have an ipod touch so
    any good way to make it work?

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    cda is not an audio format, you need to rip your cd in wav, mp3, flac or whatever else.

    double check the format first
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    I just import the songs to itunes and then they appear without problems in traktor it seems
    but idont have the files to use them in ableton for example

    I dont really care that much for that but can i put them in a winrar file?

    There all cda there all original cds i cant make much with them

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    iTunes can rip .CDA (and more importantly the data they reference) directly from your CDs into MP3 (or M4A). They will then be in your iTunes library and available for use elsewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post
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    iTunes can rip .CDA (and more importantly the data they reference) directly from your CDs into MP3 (or M4A). They will then be in your iTunes library and available for use elsewhere.
    When imported right?
    In the advance import or something like that
    Its ok if i pass them in wav? or its a better idea in mp3 all of them
    I do a couple of cds in wav and with your comment i just locate the .wav

    Should i make them mp3 instead?

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    Up to you dude!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post
    Up to you dude!
    right
    thanks man

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    Most people would say 320mp3 would be right, but theres a small amount of people who would probably tell you otherwise.

    Id say go 320mp3, thats perfectly fine

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