Hello super noob here!
I NEED YOUR HELP!
Alright, I am using audacity sound recorder with lame mp3 encoder, and I am recording sermons at my church. I just bought the computer w/ cd burner for recording and then burning a master 80 minute Cd-R to duplicate to pass out. Burning the cd's with windows media player. (Duplicating machine on the way)
Here's the deal, Each sermon is roughly 40-50 minutes long and there are TWO (2) sermons every Sunday. So roughly 95 minutes of voice audio time. I can convert them to ANY SIZE BITRATE MP3 I need. I want to be able to get BOTH sermons on ONE 80 min / 700 mb CD-R disc (more if I can, maybe, like a month's worth of sermons) understanding that there WILL be quality loss.
But, can this be done WITHOUT creating a "data disk" or "overburning" so the CD-R can be played, with both sermons on it at a smaller bitrate, in anyone's cd player that supports burned cds??? (car, walkman player, stero at home, ect.....)