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** [[how to import CDs]]
 
** [[how to import CDs]]
 
** [[how to burn CDs]]   
 
** [[how to burn CDs]]   
*[[Lame Installation]] for MP3 encoding
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*[[MP3]]
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**[[Lame Installation]] for MP3 encoding
 
*[[how to import files from iTunes]] including M4A/M4P
 
*[[how to import files from iTunes]] including M4A/M4P
 
*[[FLAC]]  
 
*[[FLAC]]  
*[[MP3]]
 
 
== Audio Protocols ==
 
== Audio Protocols ==
 
* [[ASIO Audio Interface]]
 
* [[ASIO Audio Interface]]

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