MuvAudio 1.1 released - for those wanting to bypass audio DRM protection

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#1

I just posted the article MuvAudio 1.1 released - for those wanting to bypass audio DRM protection.

What to
do if you just bought a legal piece of music from a legal music download site
and you are stuck with a file protected with DRM and you want to make a backup?
There are a few…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/10695-MuvAudio-1_1-released---for-those-wanting-to-bypass-audio-DRM-protection.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/10695-MuvAudio-1_1-released---for-those-wanting-to-bypass-audio-DRM-protection.html)

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#2

Touché…I still use a minidisc, ok I’m not so oldfashioned as that because I gave up tape recorders (K7) a long time ago. But minidisc is still on sale and I got a HI-MD recorder, and the reason of this reaction is a matter of curiosity because I doubt your turnaround can apply to Sony portable minidisc record/players. Is it valid for them or just the home devices, pls?


#3

Total recorder software does the same at much better level : http://www.highcriteria.com/


#4

ok lord, while were at it, why not recomend a program like goldwave. but I won’t post any spam with my recomendation.


#5

What the connection ? Goldwave is an audio editor while Total Recorder is and “virtual soundcard” that records (DIGITALLY) everything you play thru it bypassing any copy protection.