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We are redoing our SFX server. We use netmix pro along with netmix server on mac leopard and snow leopard.

I was wondering if there was a good CD ripping software that can tag the regions with its metadata.

I know soundminer has a ripper, however it is around $300 and we are trying to avoid an expense that high for the moment. The manuals for netmix (by creative network solutions) mentions a software called 'ripit' however they are referring to version 4 and they are on version 9 now, focusing on DVD ripping and not CD with metadata.

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Another one for SD please Tim... – Rory Alsop Jan 29 '14 at 8:32
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I've used the Soundminer ripper and it works very well. Depending on your libraries and which column you need the metadata embedded, have you tried Itunes?

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yea, soundminer is the best... – needsurf Mar 6 '14 at 21:49

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