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Reviewed: RecordNow Max
Producer: Stomp, Inc.
Required System: PC with supported CD or DVD burner
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: August 19th, 2002
Page: 1


For most users, CD burning isn't something thought of much. We have our drive. It came with software. We use the given software for one of three reasons:

(1) We don't know any better.

(2) It's actually good, quality software that suits our needs.

(3) It's a special edition tuned for the drive it came with (or claims to be).

But, there are always alternatives, and Stomp Inc thinks they have a solution for users that want to go past their basic burning software to do more. Thus we have RecordNow Max, which retails for $39 (download) or $49 (boxed).

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Added:  Monday, August 19, 2002
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 1/3

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