Forget iTunes! Rip CDs with Exact Audio Copy (EAC)

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For years, it was easy to just use iTunes to transform music on CDs into digital tunes. But now there's a better way.
Having a physical music collection is awesome, don't let anyone ever tell you otherwise. But in the modern age of digital everything, it's unlikely you're still carrying a cassette walkman or a personal CD player to listen on the go.
We mostly have the iPod to thank for that. Now everyone has a personal media player in their pocket in the form of a smartphone, but to listen to tunes on the go you have to get them off the CDs and onto a computer.
For that, you should be using Exact Audio Copy (EAC).

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