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Upload CDs onto MAC (200+) and file appropriately

Posted by Lisa T.

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Friday, 31st Aug 2012
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upload CDs onto MAC (200+) and file appropriately
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Very happy and able to complete this task using iTunes (as I've done many times before) or another method of your choosing. I also have an external optical drive if you've got a macbook air, etc.
Please let me know if you have any questions (technical or otherwise). Danny
Also, I can offer advice on how best to use your music. Check out Apple's airport express. You plug it into a power socket near your hifi and it'll connect seamlessly with iTunes. Also, if you have an iPhone you can control the music from that which is pretty nifty (you need to install the Remote app)
Hi Lisa,

I've got a machine to do this with and can convert your CDs into a number of different formats, including apple lossless.
See my site ( ) for more info. I can turn it around quickly.

Cheers
Hi Lisa,

I am completing a similar task now -
https://www.airtasker.com/tasks/transfer-music-cd-s-itunes-songs-to-usb
and can do this for you also.

I can convert your CDs to MP3 or MP4 file format (your choice), and file the songs in folder structure by Artist then by Album,
and then transfer to you mac and import into iTunes (if you want).

check out my reviews.
let me know.

thanks,
ed
And seriously, its doesn't take much time to copy each CD through iTunes. I can finish my backlog of 'Breaking Bad' episodes while doing this job :)
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