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If you are looking for AudioCentral, you have come to the right place. We explain what AudioCentral is and point you to the official download.

What is AudioCentral?

AudioCentral is an application that is featured in the Roxio CD Creator software. This application functions as a CD ripper, where the user can export tracks from their audio CDs and convert these into MP3 files.

When the application is launched, a playlist of all the tracks that the CD contains, with track length, will be displayed on the player window. Users can tick off only those tracks that they want to rip and convert to MP3 format. The tick box for each track is shown before the title track. Users also have the option to play the CD while the tracks are being ripped, where the currently playing song may be different from the track being ripped at the same time. A pointer/arrow indicates the track currently being ripped. The ripped songs will automatically be added to the player’s library.

Furthermore, CD ripping through the AudioCentral application allows the user to create a new disc copy of the album, with the songs rendered in MP3 format; or to create a single MP3 album of several audio tracks derived from different CDs. The software runs on Windows-based computers.

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File types supported by AudioCentral

Our users primarily use AudioCentral to open these file types:

About file types supported by AudioCentral

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Last updated: : March 9, 2013