Is copying an Audio CD using Nero good?

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  1. Jdpurvis

    Jdpurvis Notebook Consultant

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    Apple's lossless format (ALAC) is similar to FLAC, in that both produce a lossless file that is somewhat smaller than the original CD file. I buy my CD's (from the artist whenever possible) and convert them to FLAC for central storage, because I don't want to deal with iTunes or pay Apple. They already take far too much money that should go to the musicians. EAC is a free program that can convert to FLAC, and pull the metadata and album picture to go with the file. There are, by the way, multiple players for Apple devices that can play FLAC files. The major problem is storage, since Apple in its wisdom, has made it impossible to augment storage in their devices. There are ways to get around that with wireless access to storage. BTW, CD copies are identical, unless there were errors in copying (rare).
    Best, Joe
     
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