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Monday, April 16, 2018

CD-ripping application for Linux

Sound Juicer

Sound Juicer is a CD-ripping application, and also has the ability to play your CDs and download track data from the Internet. It may also be l listed as "Audio CD Extractor."

To rip a CD using Sound Juicer, simply insert an audio CD.  Sound Juicer should start automatically. Alternatively, you can select Sound Juicer from Applications and Sound and Video and Audio CD Extractor.

By default, the CD will be encoded into the Ogg Vorbis format, a Free Format.  If you wish to rip a CD to a non-free format such as MP3 or AAC, you will need to install some additional software


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