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 {{:​blog:​ccdt.png?​direct&​280 |}}I was fortunate this month to be allowed to buy around 50 music CDs (for very little, which was why it was allowed in the first place!). All had to be ripped, of course: using the Classical CD Ripper (CCDR) for any length of time made me realise that my original version needed to be improved -and that's why I wrote about the new Version 2 of CCDR [[blog:​classical_cd_ripper_-_version_2|last time]]. {{:​blog:​ccdt.png?​direct&​280 |}}I was fortunate this month to be allowed to buy around 50 music CDs (for very little, which was why it was allowed in the first place!). All had to be ripped, of course: using the Classical CD Ripper (CCDR) for any length of time made me realise that my original version needed to be improved -and that's why I wrote about the new Version 2 of CCDR [[blog:​classical_cd_ripper_-_version_2|last time]].
  
-Now, I'd originally written CCDR with the idea that it would get all the '​album-y'​ stuff about a CD's metadata right, but that you'd sought ​out the '​track-y'​ stuff later on with a separate tool, such as Easytag or Puddletag. That seemed like a reasonable move, since CCDR is concerned with ripping CDs, not one-at-a-time tracks.+Now, I'd originally written CCDR with the idea that it would get all the '​album-y'​ stuff about a CD's metadata right, but that you would sort out the '​track-y'​ stuff later on with a separate tool, such as Easytag or Puddletag. That seemed like a reasonable move, since CCDR is concerned with ripping CDs, not one-at-a-time tracks.
  
 When I got a bit fed up of having to launch Easytag or Puddletag separately after each rip, however, I soon felt the need for a command-line tag utility to get these '​track-y'​ bits of metadata correct, too: thus was born the Classical CD **Tagger**, or CCD**T**. When I got a bit fed up of having to launch Easytag or Puddletag separately after each rip, however, I soon felt the need for a command-line tag utility to get these '​track-y'​ bits of metadata correct, too: thus was born the Classical CD **Tagger**, or CCD**T**.
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