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Disc-To-Disk PPC 1.6

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disc-to-diskppc1.6.sit (240.93 KB)
MD5: 655d89de240e0e2faa16784e2e8daeec
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: SheepShaver,

Disc-to-Disk is an audio capture software program that allows recording of CD Audio content onto a hard disk, perfect for preparing audio for creation of a CD Audio disc. Tracks can be captured in batch mode in a variety of different formats and sample rates. Files can be saved in AIFF/AIFC, QuickTime, Sound Designer II, Mac Sound (SND) and Windows WAV formats and the audio may be sampled at 11 KHz, 22 KHz or 44.1 KHz; 8 or 16 bits. No additional hardware is required, and the program features drag-and-drop operation for easy selection and playback.

1996 press release

Architecture: PPC


vintagegeek's picture
by vintagegeek - 2013, May 30 - 9:45pm

I uploaded a few more images from it running on my Performa Mac OS8.5. It is looking for SCSI CD Drives. It found my internal and external drives. It also requires you have AppleCD Audio Player on the computer, preferably already running it seems. It located the Audio CD without issue on my internal SCSI drive and displayed the Tracks (see image). I was able to Play any track by double clicking on it or selecting the track and hitting the Play Button on the left menu. It played the tracks just fine. When I tried to extract the Audio from the CD via the Save to File it appeared to work. But when I played it back I could not get any sound although I could see the Mixer Bars going up and down. You can save/extract to various formats, AIF, WAV, MOV and some others. But in each case I could not playback the volume. [more research needed]

vintagegeek's picture
by vintagegeek - 2013, May 30 - 2:49am

It seems to be targeted for SCSI CD Players although I was able to use it to play a normal audio CD on my iBook Clamshell running Mac OS9.2

themacmeister's picture
by themacmeister - 2010, May 18 - 7:46am

I will try to remember to use Firefox in future - it is still installed here somewhere...

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2010, May 15 - 5:39pm

So we have to learn that Chrome, like Safari, also doesn't want to upload files and screenshots here... Tired

themacmeister's picture
by themacmeister - 2010, May 15 - 12:06am

Nah IIGS. I am using the latest Chrome under WinXP... Sad