"Rippers" are programs which extract audio from a CD and save it as a WAV file (usually). Some rippers have a built in encoder also which converts the WAV file into an MP3 file.

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ACXtractor
Audio CD Xtractor is a fast and user friendly CD ripper for Windows. Saves audio CD tracks easily as either WAV or MP3. Site contains screenshots and a shareware version for download.
CDex
Open source CD ripper for Windows with a range of features. Features jitter correction, normalization, retrieval of song titles and other metadata from freedb.org's database and encoder for WAV files.
DailyMP3: CD Rippers
List of 50+ CD ripping programs available for download, some with reviews.
Digital Audio Copy
Windows and/or DOS utility for ripping audio CDs onto hard disk (aka. WinDAC).
Exact Audio Copy
Freeware program used to copy audio data from an audio CD to a stereo WAV file. Corrects jitters and other errors, and has many other features.
Fast CD Ripper
Converts audio CDs into WMA 8, OGG or MP3 formats. Features ID3 tag v2 support, jitter correction, and CDDB lookups. Site contains screenshots, support pages, and a downloadable trial version.
Paranoia
A Linux based CD audio extraction tool (ripper).
Zlurp!
Utility for ripping, encoding and tagging (ID3) CD audio tracks, transforming them into MP3 files.
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