Still using Max, still happy

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mattn
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Still using Max, still happy

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Happy new year - I'm now using Max on Mavericks (OS X 10.9) and it's still working great. Many thanks for making this wonderful application available for free.

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Thank you!

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Fuga
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I concur. I have tried others in the hope of finding a better workflow but nothing is as rock solid.

golemB
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Sadly, it's not apparently working for me on Mavericks 10.9.1 on my 2009 Unibody MacBook.

Program loads, but the CD doesn't show any tracks.

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Fuga
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For what it might be worth, Max and CDs are fine here: MacBook Pro ('early 2011') OS X 10.9.1.

As useful as Max is, ripping is no longer it's forte. Have you tried XLD for ripping?

reel2reel
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I use Max all the time. It can convert anything I throw at it (FLAC, 24-bit WAV files, etc, etc).

Is it still in development? I'd love to make a donation.

Ron

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Installed today on 10.9.1 with a late 2012 iMac. I am trying to move from Google Music to a local drive on my Nexus 7 and need to redo the CD rips.

thanks for the useful tools!

Chip

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Post by Gretch »

Max is great! The musicbrainz query . . . not so much.

Easy workaround is the sbooth "get iTunes metadata" script.

Thanks for Max!

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