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 So, here was my new problem for the day: how do you turn an ISO of an SACD into separate FLAC tracks that you would have obtained by ripping an ordinary CD of the same music? So, here was my new problem for the day: how do you turn an ISO of an SACD into separate FLAC tracks that you would have obtained by ripping an ordinary CD of the same music?
  
-Well, on Linux, there'​s a small utility you can install which will do the first part of the job, called **sacd_extract**. It's not in Arch Linux'​s standard repositories,​ but can be installed from the [[https://​aur.archlinux.org/​packages/​sacd-extract/​|AUR]]. Other distros will have similar workarounds to installing the tool (for example, here's how you might do it on Ubuntu).+Well, on Linux, there'​s a small utility you can install which will do the first part of the job, called **sacd_extract**. It's not in Arch Linux'​s standard repositories,​ but can be installed from the [[https://​aur.archlinux.org/​packages/​sacd-extract/​|AUR]]. Other distros will have similar workarounds to installing the tool.
  
 Once the tool is installed, you can then simply issue this command: Once the tool is installed, you can then simply issue this command:
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