Sound Juicer looks like a pretty good application for encoding audio tracks. To bad it doesn’t work the way it should.
I have never had problems with it before, because I always used its default profiles. When I friend came by and saw a CD he liked and asked for a copy, I said ok. The problem is, he wanted it to be in the mp3 format.
After sometime trying to make it understand that I wanted if to encode mp3 files, I finally gave up. Apparently, there are no workarounds to make Sound Juicer to use custom made profiles.
I guess I’ll stick with abcde, or maybe grip. Both of them never failed me before.