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I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.

Sorry about this guys :(
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JudasIscariot: I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.
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Gydion: So, the CD itself is free from the crackling noises?
I'll check everything out when I get to work on Monday :)
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JudasIscariot: I'll be rechecking the soundtrack as time permits. I'll definitely take the CD again and try ripping the audio with a different tool.

Sorry about this guys :(
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Elenarie: So, why are you exactly doing what I mentioned in the previous post?
Because I don't know what I am expected to have? Am I expected to be making these from DAT (or the equivalent thereof) files?

I am sorry, but contrary to popular belief, we're not the same company. We're two different companies under the same umbrella, if that helps.