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I need a program that reads audio tracks from audio CDs directly to a wav file, not through the sound card! also it must be running under DOS! My CDROM is Mitsumi IDE.
But NOT Christoph Schmelnik's Digital Audio Copy V2.3, because sometimes it brings up a "general error" and stops grabbing on some tracks.
Thanks guys
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Question by:gikam
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by:bushhead
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go to http://www.mp3.com/software/cdrippers.html and check it out there. i can't particularly recommend any of them because most of them work on my computer. however, i gave up on DOS and moved on to WIN95 because it was faster and blah blah..

bush
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by:Penfold
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The best program i have found for this is WinDAC32.
I have a copy of it compressed (400kb) and will mail it to you if you give me your address.
I have tried a few Track converters and this is the most straightforward !
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by:bushhead
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umm.. windac32 doesn't run under dos. and it's under 300kb for version 1.4.

bush.
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by:Penfold
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Sorry don't have anything for DOS, So I can't help you !
Better reject the answer.
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by:Penfold
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Sorry don't have anything for DOS, So I can't help you !

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by:gikam
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ok
sorry, I've got WINDAC,
but I need some for DOS
did u try Audiograbber? it seems to be a good prog.
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by:bushhead
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did u check out that site and list of cd-rippers ?

bush
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by:ru
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I think the best program is goldwave
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by:gikam
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I tested Goldwave but
it dont grab directly from audio track, but through the sound card and there are also some lacks...
bushhead, i'll try the URL , thanx. If I'll find a DOS prog, I'll give u the points, else......
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by:MorFF
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DOS Ripper?  CDDA is the one for you!

Get it at;

http://www.ncf.carleton.ca/~aa571/Software.htm#cdda

Cheers - MorFF
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by:gikam
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morff, sorry
bushhead, I got some, place an answer
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rigartua earned 50 total points
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please visit these web page   http://www.prs.net and download the unregister program
named cd-gate. it works in windows and in dos, i have it. and works for me
rigartua
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by:bushhead
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argghh...

how come rigartua got the marks? i just received an email notifying me that this question was updated, so i came to check it out.. and you already awared rigartua the marks!

bush
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by:gikam
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bushnead sorry
too late
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