Audiograbber is a free CD ripper that grabs digital audio from CDs. It was
one of the first programs in the genre and hence, quickly became very popular.
Audiograbber can automatically normalize the music, delete the silence from the
end or the start of the track and convert them to various formats including
MP3. Audiograbber can upload and download disc info from freedb (Internet
compact disk database). There are many other useful functions in Audiograbber
software, but putting shortly: Audiograbber has got the most features one can
dream about from such a program.
Features and Capabilities:
A nice and simple-to-understand user interface;
Compatible with almost all CD-ROM drives that read digital audio;
Good tutorials with descriptions of all the functions and settings;
User-friendly and easy understandable program;
Audiograbber can rip CDs or capture audio playing on the PC but not from the
Internet, into several formats including WAV, MP3, etc. or record audio coming
in via mic jack, etc. All the conversions are performed digitally.
After you install Audiograbber for free, you’ll be able to quickly grab
audio from CDs or even record your own vinyl LP’s or cassette tapes.
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