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Remember CD towers? If you still have one, let me be the one to break the difficult news to you. Your CD tower is one hot minute from becoming a shame tower. Convert those CDs to Mp3s and be done with it already. What is the best way to rip a CD? How do you do it? Read on. Otherwise you are going to have to drag that monstrosity into the closet for your parties. The rest of the world has moved on.
Believe it or not, that little collection of silver platters you refuse to rip to Mp3s has been more than 20 years in the making. Compact discs were a futuristic revelation when they came out. The Compact Disc was an evolution of LaserDisc technology. A focused laser beam allowed massive amounts of information to be written on the discs, relaying high-quality digital audio signals. No more magnetic tape! Prototypes were developed in the late 1970s and mass production began in the 1980s. The sound quality was crystal clear. When compact discs came out, they held more information than a personal computer hard drive. Nowadays, they have no chance of catching up. They don’t hold enough information and it is not as mobile or shareable compared to the wonders of digital technology in the age of the Internet.
You already suspected, right? Once you passed that threshold of 40 or 75 or 100 CDs, you just had too many of them to keep in one place. They ceased to be a living room display item and proceeded directly to storage nightmare. You took measures to thin your collection, spending a whole Saturday tossing out the cases and putting the overflow in sleeves or binders or shoeboxes. Still the collection grew. It might still be growing. They still sell them, after all. So what’s the problem, right?
At this point, more often than not, people are listening to digital files on their phones, in their cars and homes, and at their workstations. Podcasts don’t come on CDs, and no one is using Discmans. CDs have become impractical for the demands of today’s music fan, and the truth is that it is all moving to a digital-only realm. It is only a matter of time. CDs are a great backup plan for deep storage, but not a prime mover. Get caught up transferring your CDs to Mp3s with our CD to mp3 ripping service. It’s time to clean house.
Legacybox is here to help. We want to convert (or “rip”) your favorite CDs to Mp3s, and set you up with crisp, clean digital files for you to store, share, and listen to easily across all of your platforms. With a wave of our wand, we can turn that CD tower into a thumb drive in no time at all. Sign up to receive a postage paid Legacybox, and with that tower out of the way you can really get the party started.