Platform: Windows XP
Number of downloads: 340
Many of us use a audio management tool, such as iTunes or Napster, to manage our audio CDs.
As well as being able to purchase and download audio tracks from the internet, these tools enable you to insert an audio CD, extract the tracks and keep them on your computer.
However, some people do not like being locked in to a proprietary system (although iTunes and others do enable you to extract audio CDs to the standard MP3 format) and would prefer to extract their audio files without the use of a manager and then store their files in a simple folder structure.
Perhaps this option is preferable for users who want to playback their MP3 audio through an external source, such as burning an MP3 audio CD.
QuickRipper is a standalone audio tool that enables you to rip audio tracks from your CDs and then store the tracks as an uncompressed WAV, standard MP3 or even as an Ogg Vorbis file.
Once you've extracted the audio track, you can apply effects and tweak your audio.