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Poor quality Audio cd burning from mp3's

Discussion in 'Audio' started by arn432, Apr 17, 2005.

  1. arn432

    arn432 Member

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    I'm completely new to this Audio cd burning but i just done my first one from an album i downloaded as mp3 files each track is 190 bps and i have burnt an audio CD with nero 5.5 without any problems but when i replay the CD on my hifi the tracks are noticably crackly.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    p.s my cd burner is a Yamaha CRW8424E rewriter about 3.5 yrs old
     
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    Just a slight correction to what ripdox said. When you play the CD on a Hi-Fi with quality speakers you may notice a difference. When you play back the MP3's on your "cheap" computer speakers you won't hear all the little errors that may be in the encoding of the MP3. I hope I said this correctly! But you probably know what I mean.
     
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    I don't know if this will make a difference or not, but did you check the box before burning that says "Normalize all tracks?" or something like that? I'm not at my home computer so I can't be for certain if that is the wording.
     
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    The Mp3's sound fine on my pc speakers they're not just cheapo crap ones.
    But the Audio CD that i burn't was absolutley dreadful, I mean REALLY CRACKLY.

    They are downloaded from a good quality site (paid for) of a 2004 album so i don't think a recording from vinyl is the issue.

    I'm gonna try Nero 6 and burn at a slower speed and see if that helps
     
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    Yep all Tracks were normalised
     
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    What is "normalised"?? "Finalized"?
     
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    Normalised is a filter to make all the audio files to the same volume, as you maybe making a compilation CD with music files from various sources.

    By the way i have now used NERO 6 and it all seems much better.

    Many thanks for your threads.
     

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