apt-get install cdparanoia
The easiest way to use it is to insert an audio CD and rip all the tracks to default WAV format:
The default output files will be located in the current working directory, under names like track01.cdda.wav, track02.cdda.wav, and so on.
Ripping an audio CD with cdparanoia
Alternately, you can rip only a single track or several tracks:
cdparanoida -B 5
Will rip only track 5, while:
cdparanoida -B 3-7
Will rip all the tracks from 3 to 7, including them. You can also rip a track starting at a certain time up to a certain time. For example, to rip track 2 from seconds 35 up to minute 2 and 30 seconds, you would issue:
There are plenty more arguments which cdparanoia accepts and for more options see cdparanoia --help and man cdparanoia. You may also find useful the FAQ on the official website.
Updated: Jul 08, 2008 (Created: Jul 08, 2008)