This software allows you to duplicate audio CD 1:1. Audio CD Duplicator 1.0 can also rip CDA tracks from an Audio CD to MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG and APE audio files. The software supports many events, with advanced GUI, runs very fast and easy to use.
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Red Call Recorder 1.1 Would you like to record phone calls ? Red Call Recorder 1.1 is the perfect way ! this a must have tool: record, edit and save many hours of phone calls to a common compressed wave file (up tp 1.1KBps) - all with just a click of your mouse.
Caller ID Events 1.1 Caller ID Events 1.1 is a software that will tell you who the caller is - by name, by number, by picture, by sound and even by voice.
Description: Audio CD Duplicator 1.0 is software that allows you to duplicate audio CD 1:1. Audio CD Duplicator 1.0 can also rip CDA tracks from an Audio CD to MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG and APE audio files, and to decode MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG and APE audio files from one to another. The software supports many events, with advanced graphical user interface, runs very fast and very easy to use (runs as a wizard). Version 2+ supports VISTA.
Audio CD Ripper Plus 2.0 CD Ripper Plus is software which allows you to rip CDA Tracks from audio CD to MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG and APE audio files - fast and easy! With the ability to decode MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG
Audio CD Burner Studio 6.0 Audio CD Burner Studio makes the process of creating Audio CDs as easy as it could be. Just drag and drop your MP3, WMA, or WAV files into the program and click "Burn". No need to
Lock-down CD scores No.1 hit Although common in Japan and parts of Europe, lock down CDs have finally landed with a splash in the United States. Bertelsmann Music Group's fourteenth CD to feature the customer-unfriendly measure, Velvet Revolver's Contraband (no, this isn't Spinal ...
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