Computer Music: how does it work?
Few things seem to both confuse and delight Audiophiles more than getting music out of their computers; vinyl or digital. From figuring out what FLAC, OGG, WAV, AIFF, MP3, MPEG mean–and which is best to use–to learning which music management system like iTunes, JRiver, Roon, Songbird, and others is best to use, we have started a series of daily posts that explains it all.
Paul’s Posts, the daily musings on audio, music, the industry, and all things related to building and maintaining a great music system, has begun a multipart series on computer audio – the ins, the outs, how it works, what’s best to use.
Truth is, there’s few things in life more enjoyable than discovering the treasure buried inside your music library; vinyl or digital. Even if your library’s small, 500 or fewer albums and CDs, each with ten tracks, that still means you have at least 5,000 songs at your disposal. How many do you actually listen to? An easy to use library management system brings more music into your home – but it’s a confusing subject.
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