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Harland

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CD burning question
« on: February 23, 2005, 06:04:05 PM »

I used to use CD Architect for this type of thing but since I no longer have it, I'm just using Easy CD Creator...

I edited a Fri/Sat gig recording into a CD length project with each track joining at zero crossings and similar amplitudes, so it sounds like one continuous recording but is comprised of 19 tracks.  Sounds OK in Cubase but when I burned it I get an added length at each edit point of about 8 samples on either side of the edit. I'm using disk at once with 0 secs between tracks. I don't know what's wrong - is it the software or my CD burner?

I've been to some sites in an effort to understand but I'm still a bit confused and I'm hoping someone here can sort me out.

Thanks a lot,
Harland
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Re: CD burning question
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2005, 10:27:43 PM »

1. Export audio from the "joint" file from cubase, thus making sure the gap is not coming from Cubase.

2. In Wavelab you can have a continuous file burned, AND you can
have the track numbers change in the CD player, without any silence in between.

I hope it helps.
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Re: CD burning question
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2005, 08:38:10 AM »

JDSStudios wrote on Wed, 23 February 2005 22:27

1. Export audio from the "joint" file from cubase, thus making sure the gap is not coming from Cubase.

2. In Wavelab you can have a continuous file burned, AND you can
have the track numbers change in the CD player, without any silence in between.

I hope it helps.


Yeah, as long as you don't play it on Windows media player, on your Ipod, or on a cheap (or sometimes expensive) DVD player.

A genuine CD player will play these segues without a hitch or glitch.

Pain in the royal you know what.
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Re: CD burning question
« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2005, 10:13:57 AM »

Thanks. It looks like I'm going to have to spring for better software, doesn't it?

Harland
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