Help needed: Any fetchies out there know a simple way to transfer music files from CD to PC?

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May 2018
9:05pm, 28 May 2018
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Badger
Exact Audio Copy is worth considering. Bit fiddly to set up but does good extractions even on very scratched cds.
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10:35pm, 28 May 2018
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Dvorak
I always used to use JetAudio (which originally came with my mp3 player). Not ripped for a while, but you have prompted me to download it again. Can save files as WAV (ie CD format) or various compressed formats eg OGG, FLAC (but not mp3).

If you have downloaded files eg mp3s, you can also convert them back into CD format and burn as a CD, should you wish (I did this sometimes for the car).

download.cnet.com

Even if nothing else, used as a media player, it acts as a handy equaliser.

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