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How to Record Protected Music Virtually to Remove DRM

wohlward [PersonRank 1]

Monday, October 15, 2007
13 years ago3,093 views

How to Record DRM Music Virtually

NoteCable records your DRM copy-protected music, audio books as they are being played and saves the recordings as unprotected audio (plain MP3, WMA, WAV) files. Fully automatic, NoteCable frees you from the hassles of copy protection without defeating the DRM copy-protection technology used by your audio files. This means it will function with all copy-protection measures, and it's completely legal.

Step One: Select Music
Run the program and click the Add button to select music from your music library or hard drive.

Step Two: Choose Output Format
After adding all music you want to burn, click the Settings button to choose output format from MP3, WAV and WMA. MP3 is recommended since it is universal. Remember to check the Enable ID3 Tag option here to keep the music information, such as album name and artist.

Step Three: Convert Music
Simply click the Convert button to start converting all selected music. Batch conversion is supported and you only need to click the button once to convert all music.

Step Four: Open the Output Folder
After the conversion is finished, right-click on the converted music to choose Open Output Folder or Open Destination File Location to open the folder containing the specified file or the file directly.

-- Total independence from your sound card allows you to listen to other music while you're recording.
--The program is quite easy to use, but the time needed to convert the music is longer than to burn the music by other virtual burning programs, such as NoteBurner.

Heebie Sudoku [PersonRank 5]

13 years ago #

"Completely legal"???

Stephen Tordoff [PersonRank 10]

13 years ago #

Actually, I'm sure this is legal, as it is only re-recording, not breaking the DRM (IANAL)

However, it's still spam

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