Off topic - my partner does transcription from all kinds of media from
microcassettes to DVDs, and when I make her CDs from client DATS, no
matter what the length Gracenote comes up with one or more odd titles.
They don't always get it right that way! For commercial CDs it is quite
accurate, but for "home made" ones they come up with the darndest
Farther off topic - does anyone here have need or interest in an Ampex
ATR-102? A client has one for sale, needs some electronic work but in
great shape generally. Get in touch if so.
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On Aug 23, 2005, at 7:11 PM, John Ross wrote:
> If you are referring to the way computers display the contents of a
> commercial audio CD, this is not based on data files on the CD. It's
> based on the sequence of timing of tracks on the CD. The CD-player
> program sends the number of tracks on the CD and the duration of each
> track to the database through the Internet, and the database service
> returns the title of the CD and of each track.