Sound Juicer ~ Gnome Audio CD Extractor


Sound Juicer is a CD ripping tool using GTK+ and GStreamer.

soundjuicer

wiki.gnome.org/Apps/SoundJuicer

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

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.

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cdex.mu

GramoFile ~ Open Source Vinyl Ripping


GramoFile is a computer program, running under the Linux operating system (and some other UNIX-like OSes — and even DOS / Windows now!), with the main goal of putting the sound of for example gramophone records on CDs. It is able to record hours of CD quality music, split long sound files in separate tracks, and remove ticks and pops from recordings.

www.opensourcepartners.nl/~costar/gramofile

Elpetozede ~ Split An Album Into Tracks


Elpetozede is a multi-platform, open source tool to split a wave file (.wav), which contains the complete audio recording of one side of a vinyl record or a cassette tape into single wav files, one for each track. It searches an Internet database (musicbrainz.org) for the album data, so, with a little luck, you won’t need to type all the track information by hand.

Elpetozede

elpetozede.sourceforge.net

EAC & CTDB ~ Verify Your Rips


This plugin verifies your rips against CTDB database, and submits new CDs to it.

It can also serve as a metadata plugin, providing access to MusicBrainz, Discogs and FreeDB metadata via CTDB. CTDB replicates Musicbrainz database hourly, Discogs and FreeDB – monthly. In addition to direct discid search, it supports the same fuzzy search algorithm as Musicbrainz, and also uses it for Discogs and FreeDB data, increasing the chance that correct metadata will be found.

EACCTDB

http://cue.tools/wiki/CTDB_EAC_Plugin

Restoration ~ The Gnome Wave Cleaner Project


Digital audio restoration of CD quality audio wave files. Dehiss, declick and decrackle in a GUI environment.

The goals are simple — denoise, dehiss and amplify audio files. With the use of libsndfile, you can now do this on a multitude of audio formats, wav, au, aiff, …

Gnome Wave Cleaner

Clean up your needle drops!

gwc.sourceforge.net
sourceforge.net/projects/gwc
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnome_Wave_Cleaner