Hi. I'm new here... trying to figure out a problem.
I am a home recorder, and I master my songs on Sound Forge XP Studio. In the past I have used the track-at-a-time burning available in Sound Forge to make CD's. This works fine, but it's a pain to sit around for the 20 minutes or so it takes to do it.
The other day I used Windows Media Player to turn a bunch of songs into a playlist, then burn that. It seemed to work flawlessly and quickly. However, the finished CD has a click or pop noise between the tracks. Every time a track ends, there's a loud click before the next one starts.
Any suggestions on what may be causing this, and how to fix? I know the sound isn't in the wav file. I've seen vague comments on the net about the track header and footer, and the sectors (75/second) but I don't know if this is really the issue, or if I'm following the wrong trail. It seems to me that this would be a common problem since my setup and software is pretty typical. Thanks in advance for the help.