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comment How to convert mp3 to flac
To elaborate on the previous comment: your MP3 file is lossy--meaning that it contains audio artifacts that may or may not be audible to you, but they're there. FLAC is a lossless codec that can preserve the quality of an original recording so that it's exactly as it was e.g. on the CD. But if you convert a poor quality MP3 to Flac, it's garbage in/garbage out--the poor quality doesn't magically get removed by converting to flac.
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answered Painlessly convert FLAC to ALAC on Windows?
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answered How can I batch convert flac files to wav?
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comment Transferring Music from iPod to iTunes?
This will work for non-iOS iPod devices. For iOS devices (i.e. the iPod Touch), you'll need something like i-FunBox or DiskAid to access the device's file system. In all of the above cases, the filenames will be non-sensical (e.g. OQJE.mp3). Alternatively you can use MediaMonkey to access the file system and automatically rename the files to something meaninful (see mediamonkey.com/support/… ).
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answered Can Windows Media Player create playlists based on folder structure?
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answered Any good mp3 volume normalizer?
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answered crossfade duration - what is it?
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answered Music tagging software more consistent than Tag&Rename?
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answered Where does Songbird stores the playlists?
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answered Media monkey doesn't play m4a
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answered When doing replaygain on multi-disc albums, should the “album” gain actually be a “disc” gain?
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answered Unmodifiable music file tags
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answered Transferring Music from iPod to iTunes?