name = Asunder

caption = A Screen Shot of Asunder.
developer = Andrew Smith
latest_release_version = 1.0
latest_release_date = 2008-04-26
operating_system = Linux, BSD
genre = CD Ripper
license = GNU GPL v2
website = []

Asunder ("to cut asunder") is a GTK-based CD-ripping program that works on Linux. It doesn't have dependencies for GNOME Libraries.

The first version was released in January 2005, after that development stopped, and restarted again in the Summer of 2007. Asunder is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, [cite web
title=COPYING file on project homepage|
] and is thus free software.


* Can save audio tracks as WAV, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, and WavPack audio files
* Uses CDDB to name and tag each track
* Creates M3U playlists
* Encoding to multiple formats in one session
* Simultaneous rip and encode
* Allows for each track to be by a different artist
* Does not require a specific desktop environment

See also

* A list of other CD Rippers

External links

* [ Asunder homepage]


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  • asunder — ► ADVERB archaic or literary ▪ apart. ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • asunder — [ə sun′dər] adv. [ME < OE on sundran < on, on + sundor: see SUNDER] 1. into parts or pieces 2. apart or separate in direction or position …   English World dictionary

  • asunder — [[t]əsʌ̱ndə(r)[/t]] ADV: ADV after v If something tears or is torn asunder, it is violently separated into two or more parts or pieces. [LITERARY] ...a dress rent asunder from shoulder to hem... The debate is tearing Wall Street asunder …   English dictionary

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  • asunder — adverb or adjective Date: 14th century 1. into parts < torn asunder > 2. apart from each other in position < wide asunder > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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