Linux CLI command to rip audio CD and encode convert to MP3s

This command rips the audio tracks to .wav files

*I recommend making a new directory with the name of the audio disc first and executing everything from within that directory below.

cdparanoia -B

Use the lame mp3 encoder to encode each one with this script:

*Note that this will encode any other files ending in "cdda.wav"

for track in `ls *cdda.wav`; do lame -b 192 $track; done


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