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Hi guys,
I was just wondering if someone knows off a software that burns MP3s to CD and is able to apply some short of protection to them. So for example you can listen the CD in the car or music system but be able to protect them from copying. I have heard that there is a software that alters the mp3 in such a way that they are listenable but when played/edited in a PC their sound is severely altered.
Thanks a lot
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well after some time looking around I've given up. I can tell you mkore than 1000 ways to bypass, get around, or blow thorugh any drm or copy protection. I don't know that it's worth trying to create. I suspect that there is software you need, but it may be on the expensive side.

I would visit some industry / artist forums and ask this question. I would also suggest http://revision3.org/tekzilla. Ask on their forums. There are a lot of pro audio people that participate there.
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