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Zune Pass Answered

has anyone found out a way to perminantly keep all of your temporary files from the "zune pass" program, or at least a way to burn them to disk so you can rip them back on a little while later? thoughts and ideas on how one would do this, post here please.

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trogdorzune.net (author)2009-01-04

Are you asking for a DRM remover?

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snipegoat (author)2009-01-03

and even better, with a program like this you wouldn't need a "zune pass" you could just use something like "project playlist" or "pandora radio" or mabye even "youtube"

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Lithium Rain (author)2008-12-31

You could archive a backup copy of them in case something went wrong by simply recording them through the speakers with audiacity or sound recorder.

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Chicken2209 (author)Lithium Rain2009-01-01

added note:
under audacity you can record from a stereo function which will record from the adio going towards the speakers so it will copy verbatim and wont pick up background noise
didnt know if adrian ment that

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snipegoat (author)Chicken22092009-01-02

what is audicity im not super informed about computer stuff

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Chicken2209 (author)snipegoat2009-01-02

its a free program that can be used as an audio 'manager' it can edit music and add effects like wah or phasers

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snipegoat (author)Chicken22092009-01-03

well where would you get this said free *cough* "managing" program,

P.S. chicken2209, im the real hiphopapotamis (JK)

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Chicken2209 (author)snipegoat2009-01-03

google would be a good start its okay, im the ryhmenocerous, the hiphopapotamis's lyrics are sexist, but the lovely ladies know that hes trying to correct this

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Lithium Rain (author)Chicken22092009-01-01

I hadn't known about that function, thanks for adding that Chicken! :)

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Labot2001 (author)Lithium Rain2009-01-03

It should be noted that said function is only compatible with some sound cards... So if you use Audacity on multiple PCs, it may work on some, but not others.

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