Hello. This is my first post to the CD Freaks forum. I am starting a major project to convert vinyl LPs to CDs and need help with one particular aspect.
Background: I am using Magix Audio Cleaning software and a Xitel Inport to digitize the analog music from the records and clean up the .WAV files. When I'm done with this process, I get a nice clean .WAV file in standard 16-bit, 44KHz format ready to burn on a CD. I am using iTunes to burn the CD because I'm also going to store the music in iTunes as a digital jukebox hooked up to my home sound system.
Advice I need: Does anyone know of a tool that will compare the CD I burn with iTunes to the original .WAV files to verify that every byte of every file has been burned to the CD correctly? Some of my discs burn OK, but others don't. Rather than listening to the entire CD, I would like to find a software tool that will simply extract the audio files from the burned disc and compare them to the source .WAV files I made. Any advice would be helpful!
Also, if you are interested in Magix Audio Cleaning, I can provide advice on that too. Thanks, KDL.