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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The first time I heard MP3s many years ago, I was surprised at the incredibly low sonic quality. I tried ripping some CDs about a year and a half later, but still got some pretty bad sound. Apparently, the issue revolved around bad encoders and bad encoding rather than limitations of the format.

    Once I decided to start ripping CDs, I played with a few schemes, until finally settling on a two-step process:

    • Copy the raw audio files from a series of CDs
    • Convert everything in the queue, deleting the raw aud