The red book standard is 74:21. Anything above that is not a standard CD.
Having laid that out, most newer players will play cd's that are longer
than that. The longest I ever saw was almost 90 minutes, but only one of my
players could tackle it. 80 is pushing it. From my label days I remember
that at these lengths your successful reading rate would be 80-90%.
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On Tue, Aug 7, 2018 at 10:55 PM, Mint Records <[log in to unmask]>
> I mastered a CD for EMI a few years ago which was 79:58. Didn't seem to
> cause tgem any problems. From what I understand it's down to the
> duplication/replication company if it's acceptable.
> I do know that Bear Family in Germany regularly press discs with more than
> 80 minutes on them.
> On Tue, 7 Aug 2018, 20:48 Kurt Nauck, <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > To the studio wizards of ARSCList
> > I'm publishing an audio CD for distribution with our fall auction. It is
> > right at 80 minutes long, less maybe a couple of seconds. Burned to 80
> > minute CDs, am I asking for trouble? If so, is there anything I can do
> > to mitigate the risks? Last resort is to cut material, but that would be
> > tough to do....
> > Kurt Nauck
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