Peak 4.0 will do this on a Mac. You set regions within the file, add them
to a playlist in any order, then burn CDs from the playlist - all without
leaving the program or chopping the recording up into separate files.
At 08:32 AM 8/6/2005, Richard L. Hess wrote:
>Does the Mac support dropping track marks in long wav/aiff files? Or
>do you have to cut the audio file into the tracks as separate files? or ?
>In Windows, that I use, writing audio CDs (and CDs in general) is not
>part of Windows XP (or earlier). I wonder what the new version has to
>offer. While many stand-alone programs offer CD burning (Easy CD
>Creator, Sonic's burner, etc.), I have grown accustomed to working
>within one interface for ingest/editing/processing/dropping track
>marks/burning CDs. It becomes a seamless operation. I try, for about
>90% of the restoration work, to set it up to process in one pass.
>That way, I don't have chained sets of files and have to "roll back"
>if I don't like the final result, I tweak the one thing I don't like
>Some of the Windows stand-alone programs (like Golden Hawk) allow
>dropping of track marks anywhere (although Golden Hawk uses a
>scripting language where one has to enter the times, it's not drag
>and drop--I don't use it anymore, but it solved some problems where
>others failed early on). Others require file-per-track (I think
>that's the only option in ExactAudioCopy.de).
>Obviously, there are many different workflows, and we all adopt to
>the one that we know best.
>I thought Audacity had some interesting features and offered good
>value for its price. Although the interface is a bit consumerish, I
>think, at least in the Windows environment, Magix Audio Cleaning Lab
>is perhaps a better value for money. Of course, part of that is that
>I'm used to the way it works as it borrows heavily from Samplitude
>(which I use), so that's my prejudice showing (and I hope I was clear
>in my first post that I'm used to that model).
>Thanks for the information.
>At 06:49 AM 8/6/2005, you wrote:
>>One doesn't. This is not a feature that is offered. On the Mac,
>>which I use, one can burn CDs from the Desktop, so that is not an
>>On Aug 5, 2005, at 11:17 PM, Richard L. Hess wrote:
>>>Perhaps I missed something, but how do you burn CDs from Audacity?
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