Karl Miller wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Aug 2005, John Ross wrote:

> I am thinking of the tracks on the disc not used for audio.

Any data track on a CD means that the disc is not a true CD-DA. Whether 
it is Mixed Mode, Enhanced CD, CD Extra or strictly a (data) CD-ROM is a 
question of the tracks, their contents and their layout.

Yes, this was covered in several previous replies, but the message needs 
to be clear and unequivocal. If other than redbook audio is to be 
recorded, the disc must have a data track. In that event, whatever data 
files are desired may be included. Of course, standardization of content 
and form for any such data track is highly desirable.

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