I am looking to a simple way to copy DVD-Audio, although I do not own a single one yet... (but I will not buy any until I can copy it: it is just a question of principle, I do not accept to pay for music if I cannot do whatever I want with it). If I cannot, I will just continue with regular CDs, therefore preventing the majors to make money with their (protected) DVD-Audio format...
It seems to me that Wavelab5 might be a solution, because it has the ability to record an analog source and to digitalize it at 24bits/96kHz, and hten to burn a DVD-Audio. Therefore, it could be possible to send the analog output into Wavelab5 in order to convert in digital at 24/96.
Unfortunately, Wevelab5 costs around 1.200$, which is too much...
Do you know any alternative that would allow to digitalize an analog source at 24/96 and having the ability to burn DVD-audio ?