Some of us hate to think that we're not in control of our own destination, which will include not being in control of managing our music collection. DRM has both its advantages and disadvantages, in that you can only move tracks to a limited number of other computers (owned by yourself) and devices. Therefore you'll want maximum control over the audio tracks from the CDs you've purchased. You'll want to grab them in a format you control and with or without compression.
FreeRIP 2.951 is a free (adware driven) tool that will enable you to perform one function: grab and record audio tracks from your CDs. You can individualise the way you grab each track, so larger tracks can be extracted with compression, as they'll take up too much space on your hard drive. You can also batch convert audio tracks.
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