qwerty8ytrewq writes: I run an indigenous music recording studio in the Western Desert in Australia, we make 2 music tracks per day on average. All the music we have made (and own the rights to) is all stored in a Lacie NAS RAID. I have been trying for the past 6 months to setup various systems where the ten Win xp pcs in our small netcafe can access the NAS, play and update the music as we add tracks, and importantly burn it, should be straightforward.... We currently use itunes, but it keeps losing settings, locations of libraries, anything to make trouble. no surprises there.... We have quite a bit of I.Techspertise here between us, but this seemingly simple task is proving a headache. What simple (or stable) solutions do other Slashdotters use to do this?
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