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theconrodkid

posted on 6/9/17 at 04:50 PM Reply With Quote
downloading music to burn to cd

Ok clever peeps, i want to download some music and burn it to a cd.
i usually listen to it on you tube so did a bit of research but it seems there are loads of ways of doing it.
as i have the pc knowledge of a potato, i want to know, what would be the easiest prog to use that would work, should be free and easy enough for a simpleton like me to master .





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coozer

posted on 6/9/17 at 04:58 PM Reply With Quote
Torrent client...

Or a usenet..

Or MIRC...





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Sam_68

posted on 6/9/17 at 05:03 PM Reply With Quote
There are many free programs that will allow you to rip music (or indeed, video) directly from YouTube - for example MP3jam would do the job.

Whether you are comfortable with the moral and copyright legal implications is up to your own conscience.

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loggyboy

posted on 6/9/17 at 05:07 PM Reply With Quote
YTD if down loading from youtube, but be careful when installing as it tries to install extra software you dont need. Nothing dangerous, just extras add-ons for internet explorer etc. Just watch for the messages that come up asling you to accept or decline, decline all accept the YTD software itself.
https://www.ytddownloader.com/

[Edited on 6-9-17 by loggyboy]






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ste

posted on 6/9/17 at 05:10 PM Reply With Quote
don't install any programs or add-ons to rip music

find the song you want on youtube, then go to the address bar and type ss before youtube and then choose audio mp4 and download it.

Then just burn them to a cd using windows

eg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IS6n2Hx9Ykk

https://www.SSyoutube.com/watch?v=IS6n2Hx9Ykk

easy as pie

[Edited on 6/9/17 by ste]

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theconrodkid

posted on 6/9/17 at 07:22 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks guys, ill give it a try





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nick205

posted on 7/9/17 at 07:49 AM Reply With Quote
This site works well (and it's free) to capture the sound only from YouTube and convert it to a downloadable MP3 file...

http://www.theyoump3.com/

..it works well - captured a few old albums for use on my phone this way.

Burn a CD? Can't recall the last time I did that, but you can download a free version of Media Monkey to burn CDs...

http://www.mediamonkey.com/

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Mr Whippy

posted on 7/9/17 at 11:56 AM Reply With Quote
what? why are you using CD's? their not much better than tape. Don't tell me your using a discman?

A little MP3 player or just your phone is worlds better. Even if your playing them in an old car you can just get a SD card player that broadcasts on a radio channel, usually plugs into the 12v socket.

I picked up a Bluetooth radio for the Volvo from Halfords for 60 that just connects automatically to my phone when I get in the car, gives me hands free to and plays the sound of games through it when I'm waiting for the kids.

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theconrodkid

posted on 7/9/17 at 03:44 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks Nick, i shall try that later and Mr Whipy, i still have 12" records (remember them ?) and have only progressed to CD,s since my new (ish) car has a cd player .





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