At the time there was no easy way to convert from iTunes to a format compatible with the DJ software…DO you mean there was no easy way to convert songs purchased from the iTunes store? Or ripped with the iTunes software? Because the software definitely supports ripping to MP3 format. In fact, MP3 was the default format for iTunes when it was new.If you really like iTunes better, I'd say stick with it.I use the iTunes software for managing my music collection, but I have no preference as to where I buy my music. It was the stores (not the software) I was asking about.In fact, I did end up buying that song from Amazon.
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