Hi dear cdrom drive users,
This README describes hardware related matters as well as the installation of
cdda2wav, the sampling utility.
Some cdrom drives are capable of sending audio data in digital form to the
host (cdda). One of the first drives with this capability was the toshiba 3401
SCSI cdrom drive.
cdda2wav reads audio data given by the cdrom drive and dumps it into
a wav sound file.
Cdda2wav makes use of the generic SCSI interface (sg)
as well as the cdrom driver to access the cdrom drive.
The following things are necessary:
(for SCSI devices)
1. Generic SCSI interface
A kernel with compiled-in or module-supplied sg interface.
In case of a module, this has to be loaded ('modprobe sg').
This can be verified with 'cat
Cdda2wav development has been funded by
Project MODE (http://www.mode.net/)
Fraunhofer Institut f�r integrierte Schaltungen (FhG-IIS)
Code for extraction of ISRC and MCN codes as well as MD5 signatures
has been made possible by their contributions, thanks very much.
More thanks goto
Zygo Blaxell (a lot of code improvements)
Thomas Niederreiter (extensions for cd
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