I'm sorry if this is a repeat question from a noobie, I don't mean to waste anybody's time. I have read back several pages and I'm still unsure how I can accomplish this and I've got a bit of a twist that I'll explain: I listen to techno/trance music that I download from the Soulseek file sharing app. 99% of what I get is live recordings of a DJ spinning records in a club. I have been burning DJ sets to CD in one large 70-80 min chunk. The side effect of this is I am unable to get towards the end of the CD without listening to the whole thing every time or fast forwarding for 5 min. I am familiar with Nero and know how to cut MP3s into smaller files but I'm wondering if there is an easier way through using a .cue file. What is the best way to burn a CD with several "tracks" that I can skip through easily while ensuring that there will not be breaks in the music as I listen to the single peice of music? Should I use a program like direct cut to chop the large MP3 into pieces then burn them in order without a pause between tracks? Or is it easier to use a cue file in Nero when I burn the MP3 and how can I make the CD play without pauses as if it is one continuous MP3?