On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 11:26:51PM -0800, Yuri wrote:
> I am trying to copy an audio CD.
> First I've ran:
> dd if=/dev/acd0tN of=track-N.cdr bs=2352
> for every track. This gets raw track files.

It is better to use cdparanoia (from the audio/cdparanoia port), since
it outputs WAV files. It also tries to restore the data in case of a
damaged disc. To make it to work, I have a symbolic link /dev/cdrom
[courtesy of /etc/devfs.conf] that links to the real (atapicam) CD

Ripping is now done by running the following command: cdparanoia -B "1-"
This will result in a number of wav files. You can use these with
cdrecord and it will Just Work.

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