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CD recording question


I am looking for a good program to read audio from an audio CD and
store it in a file suitable for later recording.  I am aware of the
cdda2wav program, which will generate WAV files that then need to be
converted back to cdr format by a program like sox.  But surely there
has to be an easier and better way to do it.  Converting to wavs and
back seems rather cumbersome.

Any ideas would be appreciated.


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