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Security on a music CD?

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Tennessee Slim, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. Tennessee Slim

    Tennessee Slim
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    Apr 14, 2004
    Mucus City, USA
    Okay, so I've got this Nero disk image of a music CD. And I burned it to CD and then ripped it to flac files. GraceNote recognized the CDA files on the CD and gave them the correct track numbers, names and all associated info.

    Then I tried to play them. All I hear is white noise. Or maybe pink.

    So I've tried playing both the CD and the flac files in six different media players on four different computers under both Eks Pee and Leenuks. Nothing but noise.

    I've ripped my share of CDs but I've never come across anything like this. If this were some sort of security measure I wouldn't think it would play nice with GraceNote.

    Any ideas?
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