OooooKaaay! I got foobar2000 (what a name!) and was able to cobble together a "cue sheet" from a sample provided by wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cue_sheet I set up the cue sheet to segregate my test wave audio file (a six minute recording of my granddaughter singing) into one minute tracks. I added the audio CD burn module to fb2k and burned a cd. To my amazement, the tracks played consecutively with no gaps - great!
I expect my (unknowledgeable) users to simply play the CD with a default CD player. For the hardware player I have, there is no readout of the TITLE, PERFORMER, or TRACK. However, when I insert into my PC, the default audio player is WMP v11 and it comes up with NO media info. In fact, even though I set it to NOT download album info from the Internet, it downloaded some bogus material and somehow stuffed in Album, Author and Genre! Now I can't figure out how to get rid of it!!
Oh well, this is all part of my learning curve, eh? The objective here is to put together a generic cue sheet that I and the folks that I am working with can use to make up to an hour long CDs of a similar type as audio books. We should be able to simply look at the track minute-indicator and use that to skip to the appropriate minute in any other CD player. I would like to reduce this to a very, very, very simple procedure. Pointers to other threads or websites are welcome. The help you folks have been providing here is greatly apprecaited!