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    I am looking for a program to normalize mp3's so they can be put on a cd with the same volume quality... I used a program once to do this i just dont remember what it was. Whats the name of one? Im not looking for a plugin i am only looking for a program to permanetly change the quality. Ive seen these everywhere for pc but can t find it again for the mac.

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    nevermind i just found it.

    If anyone cares to know its called MP3Rage. Its a great program that allows you to massivly rename change ide tags and even search on napster servers for songs plus more! great prog.

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    Buy a PC, run linux, much much better then CRAPOS, or even windows works....

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    I do own a pc, actually about three of them. the thing is my mac actually Kicks some serious ***. (it is the first generation supercomputer) g4


    im not going to argue whats better the pc or mac(i hated macs till i bought one, im in graphics field), but one thing for sure is the new OSX is the best! os that is out there! it basically is a linix base Something that will fling mac massively ahead in the server world.

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    i'm not gonna argue either, but for just a fact that macs are much more inefficient then PC's, PC's are better for gfx then macs, and cheaper not to mention, and theres much better software availible. I own a mac too, i'm putting linux on it tho....but if that doesn't work have u heard anything good about OSX? im not all that familiar with it but i heard its more like linux....lemmie know

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    mellman, ya i agree the software selection is slim and prices are higher then pcs, hence thats why my car player is a pc.

    One thing your wrong on though. Mac's blow pc's out of the water for graphics... now when i say graphics i dont mean video games im talking about design such as adobe photoshop and illustraitor or 3d studio max. That is why you see all those programs come out for the mac first and then release pc versions. I work for a huge print company (such titles as US news, playboy, newsweek, wired, etc) and trust me the standard is mac for all of this work.

    About OSX it actually is modeled after linux. they completely rewrote all the code for the os and now its such a stable enviroment! Steve jobs commented at how stable it was and how its almost impossible to crash (the os that is).

    It allows you to run programs independently from the os. This means if the program crashes only the program crashes and nothing else. Similar to unix. This creates a very stable environment. Plus the new os uses the dual processors to their max. You have to buy new software to run in osx, you can still run all your old software on osx but it runs in a os 9.0 enviroment and doesnt use osx's possibilities.

    Should be really cool when the final release is out

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