I notice that when I burn data to a CD, the burning software (Roxio) does a verify at the end, but this never is done when burning an Audio CD.
Why is this?
Do burners verify as they are burning an Audio CD?
If there is a tiny flaw at a certain spot on a blank CD-R (or a piece of dust or a scratch), do burners know to skip over it and write to a good spot?
Do they verify Audio at all?
Or, do they just write continuously to the CD-R surface no matter what, and flaws are flaws?
Any help is appreciated.