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Thread: What if I don't want to use iTunes anymore?

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    What if I don't want to use iTunes anymore?

    I have something like 32 days of music in iTunes [Apple Lossless], which I'd like to transfer to dbpoweramp. Is this doable?

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    Re: What if I don't want to use iTunes anymore?

    As you have posted in the dMC section, please clarify which audio player you are using.

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    Re: What if I don't want to use iTunes anymore?

    I've been fooling around with dBpoweramp Batch Converter, and it shows that all my folders have no files in them. About an hour ago, the folders were filled with music. I wonder what I did wrong.

    Thanks.

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    Re: What if I don't want to use iTunes anymore?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    As you have posted in the dMC section, please clarify which audio player you are using.
    I don't know. I thought dbpoweramp was a media player. No? Would iTunes be the audio player?
    Last edited by Jay F; 08-27-2010 at 06:07 PM.

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    Re: What if I don't want to use iTunes anymore?

    If you have dBpoweramp Batch Converter, then you have the audio converter. We did have an audio player also, but it has not been updated in about 8 years...

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