Fortunately, M-Audio makes a "CO3 box" that can strip the
vile copy-management code from your files.
bbs: brad brace sound:
On Thu, 2 Nov 2006, Daniel De Granville wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I have not done any recordings in the past months, maybe
> the last time I did this was more than one year ago. But
> now I feel like resuming the activity.
> I use a Sony MZ-N10 MD recorder, and one of the reasons
> for stopping is that I got gradually frustrated with
> Sony's stupid software, who will not allow me to transfer
> my nature sound files from the minidisc to the PC,
> assuming that I am a thief who is illegally pirating
> Some two years ago I swept over the whole web trying to
> find a workaround, maybe a software patch, but just gave
> up. Now I'd like to know if, after all this time, anything
> new has come up? I know that now the Hi-MD supports this
> feature, but... I owe a regular NetMD recorder. I am kind
> of pessimistic though, since we are now in the iPod and
> MP3 players era.
> I used to transfer my recordings in real time on my PC
> using the line-in plug from the soundboard, but nowadays I
> work chiefly with a laptop which lacks this possibility. I
> could still use the MIC input, but what about my stereo