CDDISSECT for Windows version 1.0 by XPort 

This tool dumps all data tracks on a CD to ISO files, dumps all audio tracks
on a CD to MP3 files, and creates a cue sheet with all the proper filenames.

Since it was such a tedious multi-step process to get your PCE cds in the right
format for HUGO-X, I decided to make an all-in-one utility.

This can be used for any game CD (PCE, SegaCD, PSX, etc)

Please note that you have to have an ASPI layer installed on your machine.
If you do not have an ASPI layer, the most you can do is dump the cue sheet,
but this is very useful by itself since you don't have to do the CloneCD step

Simply pop in a PCE cd into your CDROM drive, open up a CMD.EXE window, and
type in

cddissect gamename

It will do absolutely everything for you.  When it's done, just upload all
the files to your xbox and play the CUE file.

If it doesn't tell you that ASPI initialization failed, but tells you that
it cannot read the TOC information, then do something to access the CD
like "dir e:" or opening the CD in explorer.  It seems that sometimes ASPI
doesn't really know that a CD is there until it's used for something.

There are many ways to customize the results with the following options:

    -cue   : Only dump the cue sheet
    -audio : Only dump audio tracks
    -data  : Only dump data tracks
    -mono  : Force mono MP3 output (default is stereo)
    -br #  : Select MP3 bitrate (default 128)
    -rs #  : Select MP3 resampling value ( default is 44100 )
    -q #   : Select MP3 encoding quality (0=low,1=normal,2=high) (default is 1)
    -alt   : If you don't have ASPI, use this to get the cue sheet.

Examples :

cddissect dracx
    - creates dracx.cue, dracx##.iso, and dracx##.mp3 files

cddissect -cue -audio dracx
    - creates dracx.cue and dracx##.mp3 files

cddissect -mono -br 32 -rs 22050 dracx
    - creates dracx.cue and dracx##.mp3 files
    - MP3 files are mono, 32kpbs, 22.05khz

This is completely freeware so it can be freely distributed to help free
others from not having the freedom to easily dump their game cds.

...and it's free.