Hi everyone, I’m an electronic music freak and as you know, there are lots of mix cd’s out there in this genre of music, those who flow seamlessly without any gap between tracks (even when those cd’s are separated in several tracks) and after using some burning programs I’ve got some questions that I hope you can answer.
I wanted to burn a long mp3 file containing all of the tracks mixed (670 mb let’s say) to a normal audio cd separated in tracks, i downloaded the proper cue file and open it in nero 6… well, nero doesnt support that, so i been told cdrwin does it better than any other software out there… i tried cdrwin 3.9E and whenever i try to burn it displays a “write command error”… so i downloaded burnatonce and it worked amazingly fine!
It takes a looooooooong time to decode the mp3 file for further burning in burnatonce. I think it first converts it to wav to be able to use the cuesheet, and here comes the main question of my post: is there a program that does the same, but without taking so long converting the file to normal audio (like nero does)?
And another thing:
before using burnatonce i used a program that splits the mp3 file using the cuesheet and then i dropped the splitted files to nero… it was fine but there was a small gap (1/12th of a second more or less, almost unnoticeable, but annoying) i checked out the cue sheet and there were no pregaps or stuff like that and i didnt add the 2 secs pause in nero. I been told that when i use the mp3 file directly to make audio cd’s is impossible to get flawless transitions when i play the CD, and that i should convert it to wav first and later apply the cuesheet… i did it so and voilÃ , the mix was flawless… is that any true or is it a software related issue?
Greetings and thanks in advance.