Archiving Audio - Windows

There are many options available when it comes to applications to rip and archive CD audio on Windows based machines. To my mind the best of these is Exact Audio Copy.

Software Needed...

If you are still using Windows XP install the ASPI Drivers for Win XP.
Exact Audio Copy
Burrrn
mp3tag

ASPI Drivers for Win XP
Adaptec_ASPI_XP_4-71-1.zip

EAC (Exact Audio Copy) software for extracting digital audio from a CD.
http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/

Burrrn is used for creating audio CDs from FLAC and other audio files.
http://www.burrrn.net/?page_id=4

MP3tag edits the embedded 'tags' in music files of all the main types.
http://www.mp3tag.de/en/index.html

Rip to FLAC Format With CUE

Download and install Exact Audio Copy.

Setting Up EAC

Rather than try to improve on the wheel :) these guides will show you how to setup and use EAC...

Guide 1:
http://filesharingtalk.com/threads/435208-Installing-configuring-and-ripping-with-Exact-Audio-Copy-%28EAC%29
Guide 2:
http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/EAC_Ripping_In_Depth

Making an Audio CD

Download and install Burrrn.

Open Burrrn and either...

Load the CUE file - if there is one
or
Select the music files you want to burn to disc using Windows Explorer.

Drag them from the open Windows Explorer pane and drop them, one at a time, in the order you want on the CD, onto an open Burrrn window.

Then press 'Burrrn' to make your audio CD.

 
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