Hi Stringreen - I do not do anything special, so you may get some better suggestions from others, and I look forward to some other responses. On the suggestion of a Mac using friend, I downloaded a free program called Burn, and that's all I use with my MacBook (though if iTunes doesn't see it first, this method does not work). It does however, always result in better sound in the copy than in the original, which is somewhat mysterious but true. I have never tried XLD or any other program to compare, though.
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