Although this no-frills application initially appeared to be a better choice than many dedicated CD-ripping programs, stability problems help to keep it down. Advanced MP3 Music Extractor can extract tracks in the WAV, MP3, and OGG formats and supports both constant and variable-bit-rate ripping. The interface couldn't be easier to understand, although you will have to push a button to retrieve track information from the Net. Unlike many demos in this class of products, this particular example will rip as many discs as you like for 20 days. That's refreshing, but in some tests, the program failed to rip certain tracks on a dish, instead freezing up and forcing us to close it via the Task Manager. Advanced MP3 Music Extractor has some promise, but we only can cautiously suggest it at the current time.