: The audio tracks are just plain old Red Book CD Audio, like a music CD, so
: the OS shouldn't matter. You should be able to just rip the tracks in
: iTunes (to an uncompressed format like WAV or AIFF, preferably, and then
: convert those to Ogg using your favorite audio conversion program).
: There might be a slight problem if the audio partition gets masked by the
: MacOS partition such that the OS can't see it, but this wasn't the case
: back in the day, and if it is, it could probably be worked around via some
: partition finagling.
: I'd do it myself, but sadly my M1 CD was left behind long, long ago. It might
: still be lying around somewhere in my mom's house, assuming it hasn't been
: thrown away during the last 20 years, shrug.
As for the plugin, I'd vote for changing the tracks that CD versions exist for, and leaving the rest alone, so it's all first-party material. If we want to replace the other ones, that could come in a second plugin (I don't really care for the Hardgrove remixes, so I'd probably opt out of that myself).
I really do think we should look into ripping the actual CD audio, as the quality should be better than YouTube rips.