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Old 09-10-2018, 09:31 PM
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BTW - what does the red 'X' followed by AR indicate? Seems that rip went well enough. Haven't attempted to listen to same yet.

I think it means the RIP wasn’t perfect. IT didn’t match the database check.


I have had that many times but have NEVER heard any issue with those tracks. Or, I have never tried to hear an issue. They still play.
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Excellent info. I'll have to break out the other drives. Thanks.

My Japanese pressing of "Brothers in Arms" won't run at all. Makes me wonder if it is HDCD, which is not indicated.

BTW - what does the red 'X' followed by AR indicate? Seems that rip went well enough. Haven't attempted to listen to same yet.


It happens to many of my remastered classical music CDs. The way these CD ripping softwares recognize a disc is not magic: it’s simply by track number and track length, so there are chances they think CD a to be CD b by mistake, and this becomes worse if your CD is remastered but track sequence and track length is not changed.

If just one track shows X, I would try the CD in another drive; if all tracks show the same, I would simply ignore it and move on, because it means the online database needs to be revised with a new version for the same CD “fingerprint”.
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Old 09-10-2018, 11:21 PM
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It happens to many of my remastered classical music CDs. The way these CD ripping softwares recognize a disc is not magic: it’s simply by track number and track length, so there are chances they think CD a to be CD b by mistake, and this becomes worse if your CD is remastered but track sequence and track length is not changed.

If just one track shows X, I would try the CD in another drive; if all tracks show the same, I would simply ignore it and move on, because it means the online database needs to be revised with a new version for the same CD “fingerprint”.

That’s why you need software to fix the metadata.
I use MP3TAG for that. Highly recommended.
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