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Old 06-07-2007, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys,

I'm looking for a software which would analyse music (.mp3) files and check them for integrity. There are so many files out there but you never really know if they are of pure quality unless you hear them from start to finish for any glitches, jumps, unnecessary quibbles. I was wondering if there are any softwares out there that diagnose any faults in mp3 files?

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Hey guys,

I'm looking for a software which would analyse music (.mp3) files and check them for integrity. There are so many files out there but you never really know if they are of pure quality unless you hear them from start to finish for any glitches, jumps, unnecessary quibbles. I was wondering if there are any softwares out there that diagnose any faults in mp3 files?

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what about the person that rip an mp3 from an old cassette or record(there million of them floating around)? they would be automatically eliminated because it couldn't differentiate the difference
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if you wanna analyze the music, might as well dl and listen to it
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