asunder

Graphical audio CD ripper and encoder
  http://www.littlesvr.ca/asunder
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  20 reviews



Asunder is a graphical Audio CD ripper and encoder. It can be used to save tracks from Audio CDs. Main features:

* Supports WAV, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, and Wavpack audio files
* Uses CDDB to name and tag each track
* Can encode to multiple formats in one session
* Creates M3U playlists
* Allows for each track to be by a different artist
* Does not require a specific desktop environment (just GTK+)
Latest reviews
5
gregblee 7 months ago

My go-to CD ripper. Simple and intuitive, but gives several options for encoding. The CDDB option stopped working, but goebbe (below) says to replace the freedb option with gnudb.gnudb.org --- which works.

4
Massimo8787 8 months ago

Good app

5
goebbe 10 months ago

Very useful and easy to use "ripper". I converted my CD-Collection to FLAC-files. It can download the Interpret/ Titles for CDs. In Preferences/Advanced/CDDB use "gnudb.gnudb.org" to get the titels."

3
seb23 1 year ago

Not support ripping from files

5
Muzza 1 year ago

I had a great experience using Asunder to convert my CD collection to MP3's and other formats. Love the way it scrapes the metadata from the Internet. I then used Easytag to add album art which was a good combo.

3
blakat 1 year ago

This seems OK, but I take issue with how it RIPS a cd into WAV, then while still ripping, encodes WAVS into the target format. This has the result of taking longer to do the entire operation (of ripping a CD) , than if it just 1) ripped entire CD to WAV. 2) stopped 3) Encded ripped WAVs to target format. As 1 1-click solution it's ok, but for A-Older machines, or B-large batch operations, this is counter-intuitive. Preferences seems to be devoid of any setting that would allow this functionality. a CDex clone this is not.

5
dpdamato 1 year ago

Great tool for ripping CDs. Easy to use and reliable. Thanks.

5
aneil 2 years ago

Easy to use. Clean interface. Works great on Mint 18.3 Cinnamon (3.6.7) 64-bit

4
VanilleAngeles 2 years ago

It seems to do the job. But why do you limit MP3 encryption to 245kbs, the standard for quality seems to be 320

5
ZarcX 3 years ago

Really nice! Easy to use and it's super clean.

5
cmoi 4 years ago

Excellent pour numériser ses cds

5
hobbledehoy899 4 years ago

Also supports automatically encoding into Ogg Opus!

5
Anaemic 4 years ago

Excellent CD ripper. Easy to use. It gives good quality audio.

5
mani-b 5 years ago

Super CD-Ripper, habe damit meine komplette CD Sammlung ohne Probleme konvertiert!

5
keepitsimple 5 years ago

Great and simple 'no-nonsense'-CD ripper. Makes et perfectly simple to convert my CD collection to flac files the way I want them. Highly recommendable!

4
adrianmn1110 5 years ago

Would be even better if FLAC was bundled with it since it's a common lossless format.

4
MikeF90000 5 years ago

Very nice GUI except for lack of ability to change MP3 encoding options.

5
brettd43 5 years ago

A great CD ripper. My drive isn't the best, but Asunder takes time to read the disk properly and produce a good result.

5
ozone46241 5 years ago

The only CD Ripper I Use. Took a few min. to find and install lame, after that it's all good.

4
angelgs 6 years ago

It has more options for encoding than Sound Juicer, but it can not use MusicBrainz as a CD DataBase