RipOff is a GTK+ based CD ripper for Linux (and hopefully for other Unix systems once some testing and fixing have been done) that has a simple interface, CDDB lookups, and a plugin-based encoder architecture. It attempts to appeal to those users who want a non-GNOME dependent CD ripper with a simple interface, or users who just don't like the interfaces of the other GTK+ CD rippers.
mp3Rip is yet another MP3 ripper. This one requires very little user intervention--you just have to insert the CD and start the program. It rips the songs as quickly as possible so another CD can be started while other CDs are being compressed. It also organizes MP3s using CDDB information, and it can recover from errors with minimal wasted effort.
python-musicbrainz2 provides simple, object oriented access to the MusicBrainz Web service. The MusicBrainz Project (see http://musicbrainz.org) provides music metadata maintained by its large and constantly growing user community. This package helps you to write CD ripper applications, taggers, and media players by giving easy access to music metadata.
Apetag is command line tagging tool for multimedia files such as Monkey's Audio and Musepack that use the APE 2.0 standard. It also comes with a script, tagdir, that will tag all the tracks in an album by invoking apetag or other similar tools (e.g. metaflac) for each track. All that is needed is the album's freedb record.
FUPlayer is a full featured music manager and player for the GNOME desktop. With it, you can play music from your hard drive, create playlists, do real file management using its Trash, and play, rip, and burn audio CDs. It features an interface similar to those of many modern manager-style players, but with many improvements, such as true non-modal search and browse functionality, find-as-you-type, and drag destination highlighting. It aims to be extremely user friendly and efficient to use.
The One Ripper is a program for ripping and encoding MP3 files from CDs. It has many advanced features, including background encoding, as well as queuing of files to be encoded, ID3v1 and ID3v2 tagging, CDDB for track naming, easy renaming of tracks from CDDB (to make dealing with multi-artist CDs easier), flexible file naming, a choice of multiple encoders (LAME, Oggenc, BladeEnc, and Gogo), and a choice of multiple rippers (cdparanoia, cdda2wav, and dagrab). It includes some MP3 utilites for stripping ID3v1 & ID3v2 tags, retagging files based upon file name, and creating band & album directories & playlists.
rip-utils is a comprehensive command line toolkit for ripping, encoding, tagging, organizing, compiling, and otherwise managing audio archives. Each utility participates in a common framework that allows commodity tools (such as file browsers, multimedia players, and streaming servers) to access your digital catalog simply and effectively. A single command `ru rip` (tuned for optimal quality using cdparanoia and LAME) drives the ripping, encoding, and tagging process from end to end. rip-utils also provides powerful support for retrieving, modifying, comparing, and submitting album information using freedb servers.
MyBashBurn can burn data CDs, music CDs, and multisession CDs. It can burn and create ISO files. It can burn bin/cue files, and it can create MP3, Ogg, and FLAC files. It supports burning DVD images and data DVDs. MyBashBurn depends on cdrecord and other backend aplications. MyBashBurn is a fork of BashBurn, and it improves the user interface.
Mp3tag is an Objective-Caml library for reading and writing ID3v1 and v2 tags in MP3 files. It includes mp3tag tools, which can be used to modify tags in MP3 files or rename files according to their tags, and a cddbtag tool that modifies tags by using a CDDB server to retrieve information about the track.