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Crip is a terminal-based ripper/encoder/tagger tool for making Ogg Vorbis files.
It is capable of doing group normalization (adjust the volume to be as loud as possible without losing information), group labelling, and CDDB.
FMOD is the fastest, most powerful and easiest to use sound system on Windows and Linux there is.
Supporting 3d sound, midi, mods, mp3, ogg vorbis, wma, recording, geometry processing, cd playback, mmx, internet streaming, dsp effects, user created samples and streams, synchronization support, EAX 1&2, A3D 3.0, C/C /VB/Delphi/MASM and MORE you cant go wrong! The latest release now includes the 1.0 and Jaguar support. It is heavily multi-threaded and tries to exercise the ALSA library and driver quite a bit.
Rip Trax is a CD ripping application that reads CD audio data into Ogg Vorbis and WAV, among other formats.
[This project is no longer being maintained.]Ogg Drop is a freeware application that will encode AIFF and AIFC (.aif) sound files into an Ogg Vorbis (.ogg) stream. The goal is to create a fully pluggable framework for playback of all sorts of media with the focus on PCM audio data.
Giant Disc is a package of software tools released under the GPL; it consists of Linux server scripts to manage and play MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files in addition to a Palm remote control application which controls the audio server.