Jakie Franck




Audiograbber copies digital audio from cd's. It works digitally, not through the soundcard, which enables you to make perfect copies from the original. It can even perform a test to see that the copies really are perfect. Audiograbber can also automatically normalize the music, delete silence from the start and/or end of tracks, and send them to a variety or external MP3 encoders, such as Fraunhofers L3enc, or even use some MP3/WMA encoders internally for automatic creation of MP3's. Audiograbber can download and upload disc info from CDDB, the Internet compact disc database. You can even record your vinyl LP's or cassette tapes with Audiograbber and make WAV or MP3 files.


  • Nice and easy to understand user interface.
  • Good on-line help with descriptions of all functions and settings.
  • Very flexible and configurable and still easy to understand.
  • Works with almost all CD-ROM drives that can read digital audio.
  • Works with CD-ROM drives that do not support digital audio (uses sound card input).
  • Line-in recording support including auto track splitting, scheduled recording and more.
  • ID3v2 Tag support including Lyrics (in beta)

Purchase Information


  • Windows 95/98/NT
  • Compatible IDE or SCSI CD-ROM for digital audio extraction
  • Sound card for line-in recording


The free/shareware version has been limited to only handle half of the tracks and those tracks are selected randomly at program startup (with a slight advantage for odd tracks). The full version can of course handle them all.

Product Download Page
v1.72 build 2: agfreesetup.exe 1.3 MB
v1.80 beta 3: 824.5 KB