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Hey Everyone, I'm trying to rip my CD's to mp3's. On my PC I would just use audiograbber and it connected to freedb to get all the titles and such. Is there a comparable program for the mac? I'de like it to be able to connect to CDDB or FreeDB if at all possible. Thanks
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iTunes (http://www.apple.com/itunes/)

It should already be on your Mac.
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You'll find that most members here prefer iTunes. I do too! I won't use anything else.
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Aha, I had "ripper" stuck in my head, didnt think about import.... LOL Thanx man
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Is there anyone to get it to display.... Author - Track Name

Instead of making a artist folder, then CD name, then just displaying the title. I'm a DJ so I prefer just to have the Author - Track name listed. Any plugins for this?
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go to the library then click edit > view options > and then select what ever you want to disply. the track title will always show. i then tried to re-arrange the columns but i couldn figure it out

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