January 9th, 2007 by Keith

Max 0.7 – Rip and Encode MP3

Posted in Fun Stuff, Mac OS, Site News, Utilities

Macintosh Audio for Mac OS X

It used to be a difficult thing in the past, but nowadays ripping and encoding audio files can never be any easier. Max (Macintosh Audio for OS X) 0.7 is a Mac OS X application designed for ripping and encoding high quality audio files in various formats, either from compact discs or from files.

The software supports audio extraction from CDs, offering a highly flexible utility to Macintosh users ensuring that the true audio quality from the CD is extracted. In addition, Max also offers high speed ripping with no error correction. In the case of damaged discs, Max can either user its built-in comparison ripper (for drives that cache audio) or the error-correcting power of cdparanoia.


  • - Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or later.

The latest release of version 0.7 is released on January 7, 2007. Users can download the files from the link below.

Download Link
Max 0.7 (Universal Binary) ~ 5MB
Max 0.7 (Source code) ~ 16MB

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