CDDA is the standard format for saving digital audio on CDs. Most CDDA files are associated with iTunes, and the content on these files has a continuous stream of audio. These files rely on Pulse Code Modulation for encoding, assuring you of no data loss. You need compatible software to open CDDA files. iTunes and Logic Pro Music are excellent choices in this category. However, if you do not have the appropriate software, you can view the CDDA file via a browser. An online CDDA text viewer can help you analyze your files effortlessly. Besides, this text viewer is pretty straightforward.