How to import your DRM CDs into iTunes

Annoying little thing that I ran across when I bought the import of Hyde’s Roentgen. I realized that it was protected by Sony Music’s Labelgate protection. Basically, it does a detection for a computer cd-burner/cdrom and then disables any access to the CD unless it’s only a CD player or uses the Labelgate player.

Labelgate CD is a copyright protected CD. It cannot be played on Macintosh operation system, nor any PC without Internet ID authentication which is only available to the residents in Japan.



The rest was pulled due to a LUX author letting me know that it was illegal to publish DRM circumvention. Friggin lame, but hey. That’s the law.

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