THANKS! This looks much more interesting than anything else I could find with an hour of googling. I
don't know why this didn't turn up in the search results.
One problem I found is that many companies that claim to author "DVD-Audio" discs are really
authoring DVD DATA discs full of WAV, MP3 or WMA files. That is NOT the DVD-Audio standard (I don't
know what color "Book" that one is).
If I recall correctly, Angie is a fellow Quad-dubber, so she'd know true DVD-A software when she saw
-- Tom Fine
PS -- another thing I'd love to find is SACD-ripper software, but Sony seems to have effectively
blocked such an animal. What would be great is rip the 2-channel layer of SACD to high-resolution
PCM and then to FLAC with tags.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Angie Dickinson Mickle" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 10:34 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] what are people using these days to burn DVD-Audio and regular CD-audio
> I haven't burned a DVD-A disc in a long while, but I was using an earlier version of this one.
> http://www.cirlinca.com/ At the time it was a little buggy. But you may want to give it a try.
> Angie Dickinson Mickle
> Avocado Productions
> Broomfield, CO
> Tom Fine wrote:
>> Hi Corey:
>> First of all, GTK about SoundForge 11. As we've discussed, all of us XP users may need to
>> soon enough anyway. I'll tackle that when the time comes. I looked closely and didn't see any
>> "improvements" in SF11 to warrant spending upgrade money. I'm happy with SF10, which has what
>> to be CD Architect built in.
>> Returning to my original querie, I've used Nero and it's so-so. I stuck with ancient Roxio
>> it had an easier interface and it seemed easy to edit CD-TEXT stuff (I like to burn CDs with
>> because both my car players recognize it, plus my Denon and Tascam professional CD players and
>> recorders, not to mention most computer players and good-quality CD rippers).
>> It turns out there is a free add-on to dBPowerAmp that burns CDs, and it burns them quickly and
>> reliably (according to several test burns yesterday), but it has no ability to add or edit
>> Now, regarding DVD-Audio, does anyone work in that format? I'm not finding any good ideas except
>> DiscWelder. It might be such a fringe format that no one else messes with it.
>> -- Tom Fine
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Corey Bailey" <[log in to unmask]>
>> To: <[log in to unmask]>
>> Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 12:55 AM
>> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] what are people using these days to burn DVD-Audio and regular CD-audio
>>> Hi Tom,
>>> It's free and works great for any type of CD or DVD project.
>>> For music CD's, I typically use Sonic Foundry "CD Architect" and/or the CD burning feature built
>>> into Adobe Audition 3.0.
>>> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
>>> From: Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]>
>>> To: [log in to unmask]
>>> Sent: Monday, July 22, 2013 2:52 PM
>>> Subject: [ARSCLIST] what are people using these days to burn DVD-Audio and regular CD-audio
>>> I'm still using ancient Roxio Easy CD Creator (circa 2003) and DiscWelder Bronze (circa 2007). I
>>> can't say I love either program.
>>> What's best these days for burning CDs and DVD-A in a WinXP environment? I'm particularly keen
>>> replace DiscWelder, which is klunky, slow and crash-prone. Roxio is old but reliable. I use
>>> built-in Red Book authoring program for professional work in the studio (formerly CD Architect,
>>> now built into SoundForge).
>>> Thanks in advance for any suggestions. I note that ARSCListers recommended dBPowerAmp, which I
>>> really like for format-conversion and CD ripping.