Protools will write regions to SDII or AIFF files, and Jam will read them. Jam is better if you want indexes and to adjust crossfades, etc... Jam 6 is bundled with Peak 4, but I dont' know how they interact - gotta experiment! <L> On Aug 10, 2005, at 3:56 PM, Alec McLane wrote: > 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. > > Alec McLane > > 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 ?