I have searched all the forums on this excellent site, and read all the posts about creating continuous mix cd's divided into tracks, but wandered if anyone has advice for my situation...
I have created a 70 minute mix of US House music on MiniDisc, then copied it to my hard disk as a WAV using Sound Forge 7, added some EQ and a little compression, and finally defined regions for each track.
What I want to be able to do is burn the WAV to cd so it plays continuously (no gaps), but has track info so I can skip backwards and forwards between each track, and have the artist and track info show up as cd text. Sound Forge has a Track-At-Once feature, so I can burn the whole mix as a single track, or extract the regions I created into seperate WAV files, but when they get burnt, Sound Forge adds a 1 second gap at the end of each track.
I can do the splitting and adding text on the minidisc deck but it takes forever, and I'm thinking there must be a way to do this in Sound Forge or another program. Looking at the existing posts on this subject I see conflicting advice and different recommendations. Can anyone advise me on how to acheive this?
I'm using WinXP Home and a SONY DRU-510A. I have no other audio or cd software apart from Sound Forge 7, but don't mind investing in some if you have a recommendation.