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Using BestPractice 1.03 with itunes?

by baydaver / July 15, 2012 2:03 AM PDT

Hello all,

I had just become aware of the free 'Best Practice' download from Cnet.
I had already tried the trial version of 'Amazing Slow Downer' which i liked very much. The full version is a cost of $50+
I was able to load songs from itunes to the trial ASD .
I could not do the same with 'Best Practice'
IS there a way to load songs from itunes to 'Best Practice' or should i just pay for ASD?
Im not tech savvy enough to decipher this sort of thing. thanks

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 15, 2012 2:09 AM PDT

But let me comment about playing SOME items from iTunes. It's simply because there are possible DRM (see google please) issues or protection that it may not work.

OR you need to find the MP3 file and load that in the next application.

Sorry about this but I don't use any title you noted except iTunes. Audacity is like my hammer. With a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Cool

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Thanks R Prof'
by baydaver / July 16, 2012 1:00 AM PDT

Ive decided that using the free version of ASD is all i need for right now. If need be ill purchase the full version. Currently I'm using ASD to work on Antonio Vivaldi's " Bassoon Concerto in E minor, RV484 (1) "

I definitely will check out Audacity per your suggestion. I have seen it mentioned online many times before at various sites ive been on ,I had not looked into it. Thanks for reminding me.

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