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Burning from a dj-mixed CD - 11/10/2001 2:41:21 PM   
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I wish to copy only tracks 7, 8, and 9. I ripped them into wav and found out that the end of track 7 has a bit of music of the beginning of track 8 and likewise the end track 8 has a bit of the beginning of track 9. When I burn them, it sounded just like that with 'breaks' in between unlike the original disc.

Can anyone enlighten me please?

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RE: Burning from a dj-mixed CD - 11/11/2001 9:27:40 AM   
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Just want to add that the CD I was talking about is Buddha-Bar by Claude Challe.


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RE: Burning from a dj-mixed CD - 11/23/2001 10:25:45 PM   
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quote:

Just want to add that the CD I was talking about is Buddha-Bar by Claude Challe.




From my past experiences with trying to record live tracks that overlap, I've found two choices; one, you could try to record all 3 tracks into one .wav file, using Total Recorder (while playing it in your favorite wav player). If your system is fast enough, you probably won't have to worry about turning off all background programs, to avoid skipping and such. After you do this, it *should* be one seamless track, and it should transfer to .cda as such.

Two, you could rip each track into an mp3 file, and burn them in Nero. After you drag them over to your audio disc compilation, right-click each track, except the first one of the group, and select "Properties". Find the tab where you can change the gap between tracks (2 seconds is the default), and make it zero. This will usually work for most music. (A third option that just came to me is manually pasting all 3 wav files together, with a wav editor like Cool Edit, and then carefully editing out the small gaps between tracks. I've done this several times with problem cuts, like "Need You Tonight"/"Mediate", by INXS - I couldn't get them to rip as a whole, but I removed the slight gap, and it sounds perfect now).

Let me know if you have any other questions, and good luck. -The Dog

Edited by - Saltydog on 11/23/2001 22:26:28

Edited by - Saltydog on 11/23/2001 22:27:39

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