Nero does force you to put a 2 second gap before the very first audio file for any audio CD you create, as per the Red Book standard. But you can control the pregap between all other audio files you write to the CD.
If you are using files from an Audio CD as the source, try the option in Nero to "Remove silence at end of *.CDA tracks". Otherwise, as another has suggested, the problem could be with the audio files you are using as a source, and you can try and clean these up with the Nero WAV Editor.
Also, as to the single WAV file with multiple names. Not sure what you are after here exactly, but you can use Nero to put index points in a large audio file so you can jump to different locations in the audio Song from your Car or Home Stereo, or you can use the Split option to split the audio file as many times as you like, and then give each a seperate name. (This does not modify the original audio file in any way.)
To do this, just launch Nero, select audio format and New. Then drag over your audio file to the Audio1 compilation window and then right-click on it and go to Properties. There you can select the Index/Limits/Splits tab.
Hope this helps.
Originally posted by Luna
Well The Audio files have joined very well, but burning them seems to be a problem.
If you know of any way to burn a single .wav file with multiple tracks/file names, please let me know. The file names are not important, but finding a way to split up the tracks on the CD is.