Exact Audio Copy can do this as well as automatically retrieve the artist and title of each song from online. This application is freeware and can be obtained from here.
[B]I’ll try giving a rough guide to copying CDs with CD-Text added in the copies:[/B]
It takes a little while to get use to using the application, so practice with a few CDs first. Don’t worry about LAME during installation unless you are interested in creating MP3 files also. My preferences are to use “Burst Mode” for speed and “AccurateRip” to verify the songs have been ripped accurately from the source CD.
To set up CD Text, go into the EAC menu and select “EAC Options”. Go into the ‘Tools’ tab and tick the option “Use CD-Text information in CUE sheet generation”. Go into the ‘Write’ tab and select your CD-Text preferences, e.g. whether to make CD Text in capital letters, add the Artist to each track title, etc. Then click ‘OK’. In the main window, select the writer you will use for writing the destination CDs (located just below the menus). Go into the EAC menu, select “Drive Options…” (click ‘OK’ if an information dialogue appears), go to the “Writer” tab and tick the option “Drive is able to write CD-Text” and click ‘OK’.
When you load the original CD, select the drive you are using to read from the drop-down menu (just below the menus), go into the “Database” menu, select “Get CD Information From” and select “Remote freedb”. This will download the CD information, including the title and artist for each song. Be sure to do this each time you load an original CD. Click the “IMG CUE” icon on the left, specify where you would like to save the image of the CD and finally give it a few minutes to read the CD.
Finally, when you are ready to write the new CDs with CD-Text, click on the “WRI CUE” icon on the left. Go into the ‘File’ menu, select “Load CUE Sheet”, locate the CD you plan writing and click “Open”. Select the writer you plan using from the drop-down box, then go into the ‘CD-R’ menu and selct ‘Write CD…’ and follow the steps.