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The workaround a few years ago was to burn them all to audio CD, then rip them back to MP3. But...

The problem there is that you start with a lossy format (Apple's m4a), and then rip them into another lossy format (mp3). Like the old days of recording a tape onto another tape, you get loss of sound quality with each generation. You shouldn't have to put up with that.
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