cdr is a CD ripper for Linux. It's a simple program with a no-frills console interface. It does one thing well -- the user interface -- and leaves the rest to other components with the same philosophy.
Cdred is a Linux driver and two programs that enables *any* CD player software (xfreecd,gtcd,etc.) to use audio CDs inserted in other computer. In other words: you can listen an audio cd in a Linux box that doesn't have that cd inserted.
cdump - CD Unified Media Player, CD-ROM and CD Image access, and emulation library
Automates ripping CD's via a server script that listens for commands over TCP. Can rip to ogg, flac, and mp3. Can upload music to any machine when finished, and sends an email notification when finished. Designed to run on a machine that is headless,
ctrlMedia: media center (audio, video, images, tv, ..) enginereed for car embedded use. Runs on Linux framebuffer/SDL Library using DirectFB. Uses external (opensource) libraries to reproduce contents.
Cue2toc is a program to convert CUE files to cdrdao's TOC format.
daoism is a WYHIWYG (What You Hear Is What You Get) cd editor/creator. The goal is to provide a quick and easy way for you to make exactly the cd you want, without annoying restrictions or complexities holding you back.
Bash script for cdr/cdrw burning. Can burn data and audio, and use multisession. Can also rip to ogg vorbis.
highly networkable system for creating mp3s. Designed so you can run your ripping process on one (or more) machine, the encoding on some others and having the final storage on yet another box. CDDB support and maintainable code(!) are standard features.
Command line utilities for verifying, tagging, converting, and burning lossless audio files (e.g. SHN, FLAC) and also provides conversion to MP3/OGG.
Full featured command line CD player with (also) its own console
It's a really easy-to-use front-end to programs like cdda2wav and bladeenc intended to convert an audio CD to mp3 files. It allows to access to the online CD database (freedb) to get disk's name and songs' names.
libfreedb is a comprehensive library for accessing the freedb-database, maintaining local databases and the like. Development is currently done under Linux, but the project aims to be portable to a lot of platforms including Win32.
Mmmusic aims to allow someone to manage their entire music collection through a web interface. It will consist of the web application itself and a daemon to rip, tag, and categorize CDs upon insertion.
There are hundreds of applications to manage your music collection. This one has been abandoned.
Parse MP3 and Ogg files for their ID tags and rename them based on the information found in the tag. Its not only possible to rename files, but also move them to other directories - so use it for a complete restructuring of your collection.
nOGGin is a full-featured ncurses Ogg Vorbis and mp3 player. CDs can also be played and queries made to freedb. It also supports SHOUT/ICE cast and HTTP/FTP streaming of music files over the internet with IPv4 or IPv6.
ncdplay is an ncurses based CD Player, that uses Digital audio playback. It supports Repeat/Shuffle/CDDB Look ups/Hotkey programming/and all the other basics you would want out of a CD Player.
A modified version of TEAR (tear.sf.net) to enable you to encode audio tracks in the ogg format.
ova is a convenient console frontend for ripping CDs and encoding MP3/wave files to the Ogg Vorbis format. It is able to query the CDDB given a CD or MP3/Ogg Vorbis/wave files. Ogg Vorbis files can be tagged and renamed according to elaborate patterns.
OZradio. BETA-0.9.7.0 Linux GUI. CD Player & CD Ripper display CD info using HTTP CD Info Lookup,Ogg Player,Playlist Editor,Mixer,Control & listen to FM radio,auto station scan, programable Freq Buttons if radio card installed. By Gary Baker South OZ.
The pjb_applet project aims to develop a suite of GNOME programs to allow easy, straight forward access and control of the HanGo pjb100 Personal JukeBox.
rentoc is a shell (bash) script that will provide a fast and simple way to automate time-consuming tasks, associated with DAO mode audio CD creation from different media formats such as mp3s, wav files... etc.
Command-line based ripper of audio CD tracks to either Motion Picture Experts Group Layer 3 (MP3) files or to Ogg Vorbis files that requires no user intervention between steps of ripping and encoding.
Ripoff is 1) a highly configurable Python script for high-performance CD ripping, and 2) a collection of Python modules for the sorts of things that CD rippers need to do.