Audiograbber copies music from CDs or external sources such as radios, cassettes, or turntables. The music is saved on your hard disk as WAV, MP3, WMA, or OGG files. Audiograbber has all the common features of CD-ripper programs, such as normalizing, encoding of external files, track-name downloading and uploading from and to FreeDB, and support for ID3 tags and CD Text. The line-in-sampling function can automatically split recordings from LPs into separate tracks and use a noise-reduction plug-in from Algorithmix. It also can schedule recordings if you, for example, want to record a radio show when you're not home. Audiograbber is multilingual; the most common languages are included in the setup file, and others can be downloaded from the home page. The latest version adds a function to better deal with copy-protected CDs. Also new is built-in OGG support, and the program now can rip karaoke (CDG) discs.
May 03, 2015
Version: Audiograbber 1.83
Can rip Karaoke disks.
Very easy to use.
I have been using this program for a great many years and have never had a problem with any kind of virus infections. I don't know what the other reviews are trying to run on their machines, but it is not AudioGrabber.
I bought AudioCatalyst many years ago. When the writer of the program got his rights back, he released AudioGrabber as a free program. I downloaded it and began using it and have been putting it on the machines I sell ever since.
I am not sure where the claims of viruses are coming from if not from some sort of competing software trying to bad mouth Audiograbber. I have never found any instance of Trojans or any other type of malware when installing AudioGrabber.
I use it....my customers use it....I recommend it to everyone I know as the best and easiest program to use to rip songs.
Audiograbber is offering freeware and pro versions. The freeware has ads and it is on their website. The pro version for 10.00 doesn't have ads. Microsoft, Malwarebyte, AVG and etc warn about the adware in the software. The older versions don't have the adware.