X Lossless Decoder(XLD), a Mac OS X tool that can decode/convert/play a variety of 'lossless audio files, is available. When decoding, the supported audio files can also be divided into tracks using a cue sheet. It works with Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
XLD stands for Universal Binary and runs natively on both Intel Macs as well as PPC Macs.
Other formats that Libsndfile support are also available and can be decoded. XLD does not use a decoder frontend, but a library to decode. Therefore, no intermediate files are created. All supported formats can be split directly with the cue sheet. XLD supports so-called embedded' and 'internal' cue sheets.
XLD supports many output formats. It can convert audio files into WAVE, AIFF, Raw PCM, Ogg Vorbis (aoTuV), MPEG-4 AAC (QuickTime/CoreAudio), MP3 (LAME), Apple Lossless, FLAC, HE-AAC (aacPlus v1/v2), Wave64, WavPack, and IETF Opus.
You can use XLD version 20080812 or later as a CD-ripper. Each track on your audio CD can be converted into the desired format. XLD also supports the output of a CD image with a cuesheet (wav+cue or flac+cue),