If you are looking for LP Ripper, you have come to the right place. We explain what LP Ripper is and point you to the official download.
What is LP Ripper?
The LP Ripper software, created by CFB Software, is a program that allows for the conversion of LPs, CDs, tapes and cassettes to MP3 files without having the quality of the sound being altered. This software automatically splits the tracks in a whole LP, vinyl or cassette sparing the user from the time consuming task of individually converting each track to a WAV format. The LP Ripper software is used together with the LP Recorder recording software and the LP Burner to burn files on CDs or DVDs.
Some features the LP Ripper boasts are; first, the ability to manipulate the fade-in and fade-out of the tracks selected, making it a useful tool for recording live. Second, this software allows for the replacement of the hiss in between tracks to a silence. Third, the LP Ripper gives the user the option to split the tracks of the recorded tape or vinyl or save both sides into one large file. Fourth, the user is given the option to cut the track from the start and end by exactly 0.1 seconds through the Visual Track Trimming and fifth, this software allows for trying out different sensitivity levels quickly through its Instant Analysis.
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File types supported by LP Ripper
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About file types supported by LP Ripper
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Last updated: : December 5, 2022