You've gone out and spent £10 on a CD and the last thing you want to worry about is whether you need to adhere to DRM (luckily most audio CDs do not have copy protection, so you can now backup your CD or extract the tracks to your computer) or whether you'll be able to play your tracks on your favourite MP3 player. You might want as much control as possible over your audio, where you want to play the tracks and which tracks are transferred across to your portable player.
Easy CD-DA Extractor 10.2.1 is an application that's been around for ages. It's main role is to extract audio from your CDs. However, it isn't limited to MP3, you can rip and store your tracks in just about any audio format and you have control over the compression used, naming of your tracks and more. You might not feel you need to purchase an audio ripping tool, but if you do, Easy CD-DA Extractor 10.2.1 is worth investigating.
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