On 02/03/18 06:29, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
one of my new year's resolutions was to digitize several
music CDs in preparation for figuring out what system to use in the
domicile to play them, but regardless of how i decide to eventually
play these CDs, i'm looking for recommendations for how to rip them to
hard drive before i decide how i will end up using them.
given the cheapness of hard drives (and that i have a QNAP NAS
anyway), i don't really care about disk usage, so i figured on ripping
all of those CDs using (lossless) FLAC format, and i can decide down
the road whether to convert them to a different format to save on
in short, any recommendations on simply ripping all these CDs to
hard drive, while having no idea what i will eventually use to play
What is your desktop?
I converted a few hundred audio CDs years ago and with my KDE desktop I simply used
k3b. You may want to explore what audio format you'd like to store them as. mp3, or
an open format such as Vorbis audio.
Of course you can always google "rip audio cd linux" and find plenty of
A motto of mine is: When in doubt, try it out