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Burning to CD without delay between tracks

Discussion in 'General audio discussion' started by Andypandy, Oct 20, 2001.

  1. Andypandy

    Andypandy Member

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    Hey,

    first off im new here so hello everyone.

    secondly im having a bit of a prob, i have a large wav file and i want to split it up into separate tracks and burn to a cd.
    Now i can get that far but, when i finish the cd i want the tracks to play continuosly, like the mixed albums you can buy at a store. Any ideas how to achieve this??

    Im using Sound Forge 5 and ive tried all sorts of software

    Any help is greetly appreciated.
     
  2. dRD

    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    Try to use mp3Trim for cutting your MP3s, found from here:

    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/audio_software/mp3_tools/mp3trim.cfm

    ...after you've cut them and removed the silence, use some regular CD burning tool like Easy CD Creator or Nero -- in most of these burning tools, there's on option that allows you to select the length of delay you have between tracks (with that you can do these tricks where in middle of the CD you have 60minute silence even that the CD is 74minutes long with additional 60min silence as this silent part doesn't take much CD space, just tricks with the CD player) --- change that delay to 0 secs and you should be able to do the CD like you want.
     

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