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Microsoft gets ripped - New ripper for MS Audio

Microsoft has confirmed two companies are working with its MS Audio 4.0 software to create a 'ripper' -- a piece of software that can rip tracks from a CD, digitally, onto a hard drive or other storage device.
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Written by Richard Barry on

Music Match and Sonic Foundry are both working on a ripper for the new audio format according to Neil Laver, Microsoft's Internet product manager.

No dates were given for the arrival of the software.

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