cyanrip ~ Accurate & Secure Ripper


Fully featured CD ripping program able to take out most of the tedium. Fully accurate, has advanced features most rippers don’t, yet has no bloat and is cross-platform.

Features:

https://github.com/cyanreg/cyanrip

Wave Corrector ~ Rip Tapes & Vinyl


Transfer your old records and tapes to digital. Wave Corrector offers an integrated solution to record, clean-up and convert your music to digital audio formats. The program uses advanced digital processing to remove noise from old analogue recordings. Files can be transferred to CD or stored in your digital audio library. The program runs on the Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 platforms and on LINUX under Wine.

wave corrector

www.wavecor.co.uk

oggdrop ~ OGG Vorbis Mac Frontend


.ogg is a free audio format alternative. It features sound quality that is generally higher than MP3, and has no licensing fees. Ogg Drop will encode audio tracks and CD’s into .oggs. Ogg Drop is entirely free.

Ogg Drop includes a CDDB lookup of the FreeDB music database. Stick an audio CD into Ogg Drop, and it should be able to identify the songs automatically, and tag the songs for you.

oggdrop

nouturn.com/oggdrop

ripperX ~ Lightweight Unix Ripper


RipperX is a GTK program to rip CD audio tracks and encode them to the Ogg, MP3, or FLAC formats. It’s goal is to be easy to use, requiring only a few mouse clicks to convert an entire album. It supports CDDB lookups for album and track information.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ripperx

Streamripper ~ Record Shoutcast-compatible Streams


Streamripper was started sometime back in early 2000. Streamripper started as a way to separate tracks via Shoutcast’s title-streaming feature. This has now been expanded into a much more generic feature, where part of the program only tries to “hint” at where one track starts and another ends, thus allowing a mp3 decoding engine to scan for a silent mark, which is used to find an exact track separation.

Streamripper is now part of the FreeBSD standard distribution, mentioned in the Linux MP3 HOWTO, known to compile on many platforms such as Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, BeOS, OS/2. This is not surprising as portability was a constant consideration during development.

With the emergence of file sharing protocols such as Napster, Gnutella, and now Mojonation and Freenet, the average Internet user can download nearly any mp3 he wants in a matter of no time, but many times people don’t know what they want. Streamripper allows you to download an entire station of music. Many of these mp3 radio stations only play certain genres, so you can now download an entire collection of goa/trance music, an entire collection of jazz, punk rock, whatever you want.

streamripper.sourceforge.net
sourceforge.net/projects/streamripper

JSound ~ Multiplatform Audio Player


Best level of equalization sound, convert to your audio format, listen to web radio, show music representations with spectrum and VU meters. Set equalization in played music, apply effects. Feel the difference and change your music listening experience.

Features:

  • Play many formats
  • Stream Web Radio
  • Equalizer 31 bands (Left and Right)
  • Find and download music
  • Sound Effects
  • Audio Converter
  • Spectrum Analyzer
  • VU Meter
  • Preamp
  • Tag Editor
  • Cover-Art
  • Lyrics in real time
  • More accurate equalizer
  • Equalizer Smooth control
  • Music downloads more efficient
  • Spectrum now in gradient or one color
  • New engine for lyrics
  • New engine for covers
  • Cut Music (wav editor)
  • CD Ripper
  • Automatic Update
  • Music Statistics

jsound

www.youtube.com/user/JSoundPlayer
sourceforge.net/projects/jortegasound

aTunes ~ Cross Platform Audio Player


aTunes is a powerful, full-featured, cross-platform player and manager, with support for online radios, podcasts and CD ripping.

www.atunes.org
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATunes

CDex ~ Digital Audio CD Extractor


CDex can extract the data directly (digital) from an Audio CD, which is generally called a CD Ripper or a CDDA utility. The resulting audio file can be a plain WAV file (useful for making compilation audio CDs) or the ripped audio data can be compressed using an audio encoder such as MP3, FLAC, AAC, WMA or OGG. Many other encoders are supported.

cdex_screenshot_001

cdex.mu