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MixMeister announces EZ Vinyl Converter 2 with Gracenote Music ID technology, bundled with turntables from Numark and ION Audio, it greatly simplifies the process of converting old vinyl records to MP3.


MixMeister EZ Vinyl Converter 2 by MixMeister reads incoming audio from a turntable and uses Gracenote’s MusicID technology to automatically fill in the artist, album, and song information.

Users need only to click the “New Track” button at the end of each track. After songs are captured, EZ Vinyl Converter 2 automatically transfers them to iTunes as MP3 files. This automated process saves countless hours of typing in track information, converting files and importing them to iTunes.

EZ Vinyl Converter 2 software is available exclusively through bundles with Numark and ION Audio in the following products:
  • Numark:
    TTUSB, TTXUSB, and TTi
  • ION Audio:
    TTUSB, TTUSB10, LP DOCK

Owners of the above products who purchased their turntable prior to the bundling of EZ Vinyl Converter 2 can download the software for free at www.numark.com and www.ionaudio.com web sites, depending on the product purchased.
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