Twenty years ago it was believed by some that CDs had a limited useful life.
I hadn't encountered a problem until very recently when I discovered that a
particular brand of blank music CD-R seemed to have suffered some kind of
chemical degradation in the space of about two years. About forty albums are
affected and will have to be re-recorded.
I was thinking at this juncture now might be a good time to try out MP3 as
an alternative medium and record directly to hard drive (perhaps an external
Does anyone have a horror story about proceeding along this path. I am
thinking of using "MP3 Direct Cut", which was recommended in a recent post
and seems simple enough for me to use. Does anyone have a pertinent comment,
however small, on this software?
I don't like to thank people in advance - it is so impersonal and sometimes
Son of my fat-her and mot-her