Basically what I have is a bad audio CD (from a live performance of my band, only copy). It looks like the CD writer started writing a little ways into the disk by looking at the bottom of the CD (it's a CD-R). When you put it into a computer it thinks it's a blank CD with 0 size, but there really is data on there...it just starts in the wrong place. It looks like the data starts about 0.5 cm into the data portion of the disk.
I really want to get the data off of this disk, and I can worry about converting it to audio files when I get it, but I am just trying to get access to the raw binary right now. This is the error that I get with trying to use dd:
kevin@milner:~$ dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/tmp/cdimg1.iso
dd: reading `/dev/cdrom': Input/output error
0+0 records in
0+0 records out
0 bytes (0 B) copied, 0.0209529 s, 0.0 kB/s
adding the conv=noerror,notrunc flags to DD make it just run indefinitely, but not progress into the disk. I have also tried ddrescue, readcd, and even writing data to it with cdrecord but no dice.
Anyone have any ideas? I have access to linux, windows, and mac machines.
Does anyone have any ideas about a way to access this data