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How do you rip the background music from an MP3?

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Answered 2005-03-23 19:01:07

Try downloading the freeware version of Goldwave, open the MP3 and use remove vocals option. When saving it will save in a .wav format, so you will need to recompress the audio file with a MP3 converter.

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First rip the music into a Computer, then connect your element MP3 usb to the computer to transfer the music to it.,From the Start option, Click and go to WMP, open the WMP and in the rip column click and choose format option. From the Format drop down, click on MP3 and rip the music. transfer all of the music into your device.


It is possible, Burn in it on to a disc, then rip the disc and reformat to mp3


You have to rip the music from the cd. You can use windows media player. Open windows media player and click on rip button, choose which songs you want by checking the boxes next to each track, then start the rip. When it is finished, import the songs into the mp3 players software , then put the music onto your mp3. you can also put music directly from windows media player if your mp3 player supports it which most do except ipods and a few others.


1st you get Ur mp3 and get a CD That Will Let you RIP The Music From it. Then You get ur CD And Put It In the CD thingy. then you Press The Delete Button On The thing. That Will Allow you to Burn The Music from The CD to ur mp3. Plz Enjoy your mp3 Music :]


Rip the songs from the CD onto your computer as a file then send those files to your mp3 player.


Sure, just use Windows Media Player to rip the contents from the CD and transfer it to your MP3 Player.


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I would have to say FullSongs.net. It allows you to rip a video's mp3.


Use iTunes, rip the cd onto it, then drag and drop the songs onto your mp3 players folder :)


rip it using a ripping CD software then covert it to mp3 format On Windows Media Player 11 and later, put the CD and MP3 player in, then go to the Rip tab, and press Start Rip. When it's done, go to the Sync tab and drag the songs from your library to the player. You might have to change the rip format in the options menu (Library or Organise - Options - Rip Music) for it to work, but many players support WMA (Windows Media Audio) files anyway. Or, if you're willing to pay again, you could download the album.


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k fisrt u need windows media player or watever the one for itunes is rip the music u want on media player open my computer and click the 1 that goes to the mp3 go to search and search music it should come up wit all the music files and the simply drag them then they should bee on the mp3


No. CDs use a .cda format, not mp3. you can rip the CD and convert to mp3 format.


You get a Blank CD burn a play list from i tunes on to the CD make sure you get a lot of blank Cd's depending on how much songs you want: after burning all the music you want rip the CD on to you computer; after you ripped it the album should have gone to my music; it may be called unknown album; the music should've turned into an mp3 or wma file then you can drag and drop on to the music file on your mp3 drive and listen


You get a Blank CD burn a play list from i tunes on to the CD make sure you get a lot of blank Cd's depending on how much songs you want: after burning all the music you want rip the CD on to you computer; after you ripped it the album should have gone to my music; it may be called unknown album; the music should've turned into an mp3 or wma file then you can drag and drop on to the music file on your mp3 drive and listen


There are many methods out there, but all of them involve more than one step. Additionally, it depends on where you got the music from in the first place. If you purchased music on iTunes, you will not be able to directly convert it to MP3 files, as the music files will be protected. You must use iTunes to burn your playlist to CD, and then rip the audio CD into MP3 format. Also, if you have purchased music on CDs, you can rip them directly to MP3s. Once you have the music in MP3 format, the easiest way to get it on to your Versa is to copy the music directly onto a MicroSD card and insert it into your Versa. Apple does not allow you to specifically convert the music from protected AAC because of licensing agreements it has in place with the record labels.


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You can download free programs form the internet (downloads.com) that will allow you rip tracks of the CD (known as WMA files,) the program then converts them to mp3's. Warez has this utility! There's a shareware music editor called 'Goldwave' that can be downloaded from www.goldwave.com


It is a speaker for mp3 player to play music loud.


It can play mp3, I have mp3 music on mine and it works. Go to Menu > Media > Music Player


MP3 actually modifies the music file to convert them and make them compatible to MP3 compatible devices




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