[78-L] magix software..... messages

Michael Biel mbiel at mbiel.com
Sun Jun 17 11:07:28 PDT 2012

Mark -- I think that Malcolm is asking about an actual CD recorder, a
device that sits by itself on a table, not a recording program inside a
computer.  The discussion is now about NOT using a computer.

Mike Biel  mbiel at mbiel.com

-------- Original Message --------
From: Mark Bardenwerper <citrogsa at charter.net>

On 6/17/2012 11:23 AM, Malcolm Rockwell wrote:
> So, what is the best stand-alone CD recorder on the market today?
> How about the best for the lowest price?   Malcolm
The popular ones are by Roxio and Nero. I am sure there are others. 
Windows has a built in one that has no features to speak of. Freeware 
ones are no better than that. Ya gets wot ya pay fer, but spending too 
much for a simple utility is not good economics. 
Mark L. Bardenwerper, Sr.

On 6/16/2012 10:20 PM, David Breneman wrote:
> From: leonard schwartz<coonsanders at yahoo.com>
>> t hen why would anybody want to buy an expensive cd burner when u can get them
>> for free on line?
> If you're asking why someone would use a CD recorder rather than a PC, the
> A/D-D/A converters that come stock with most PCs are pretty crummy. Fine
> for doing mp3s I suppose. CD recorders have better converters, intuitive
> controls (like a tape deck) and are very portable. No fans, no monitor,
> no stems and seeds that you don't need, etc. I've been using a Sony CDR-W33
> for about 10 years now and I love it. Sadly, they're no longer made.
> _______________________________________________

Ditto the HHB CDR 830, long off the market. Great for transferring from
since it automatically converts 48k and 32k to 44.1khz.


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