Originally posted by nider
Why if Feurio! good for audio recording? I’ve noticed that i have to burn my audio 12x or less to get good burns. Which isn’t a big deal, all in all, a couple of mintues here or there isn’t going to hurt. But I use Nero.
So what’s so special about Feurio! and why should I use it?
Just a couple of examples :
Fuerio - Why does everyone love it?
Which programs can do correct MP3-decodong
Creating backup audio cd’s?
Originally posted by BoSkin
A food for thoughts ( for those who have those ):
ZDNet Software Library Review:
"We haven’t seen too many apps that would make us quit using Easy CD Creator as our CD recording software of choice – until we reviewed Feurio. Here’s a CD ripping/recording solution that truly does it all. Use its elegant interface to retrieve CD information from the CDDB, digitally extract CD tracks, edit the produced .wav files, record them on a CD-R or CD-RW disc, and print up a spiffy-looking CD cover. Want to put MP3s on an audio CD? No problem. Organize your discs with the built-in database functions. CD and .wav players are included as well. Even if you’re totally happy with your current CD recording software, Feurio deserves a serious look. No features are disabled in this unregistered version. Purchase removes the shareware reminders.
“…Definitely a more fully featured program in comparison to other CD burners out there - Feurio also provides a nice interface and great functionality. Well worth a look for comparison’s sake.”
“Feurio, King of CD Audio Recording!
We have been creating CDs for years and have felt the software that came with our CD-R was great; boy, were we wrong! Feurio by Ahead Software out of Karlsbad Germany has all of the answers for the questions we were afraid to ask. Feurio is a CD ripping/recording software that makes short work of any music mastering chore that you can think of. It can help organize music using a CD database (incl. CDDB support), and has a CD and Wave Player, a Wave Editor, and CD burning software all in one powerful package. The real power is built into the audio grabber, which will handle any type of CD-ROM drive thrown at it. We had one of the first CD-ROMs made and it performed perfectly with Feurio. Running Windows NT, it is almost impossible to create a buffer underrun as long as you are not running caching programs while burning, and under Windows 95/98 it is no problem to continue surfing and doing small tasks.
Also, it has integrated a great project manager that will take as many projects as you can throw at it, and can interchange music from project to project and change track order on the fly. The CDDB support mentioned is an internet-based database that keeps track of titles and names of all of audio CDs, avoiding having to type them in over and over. The Track editor is a real work of art. It cuts silent passages in your recordings, adds fade-ins and fade-outs, and even digitizes and saves LP albums as wave files in one operation, even split into single tracks. Ahead Software has been renowned as one of the best CD recording packages on the market, and it seems it just won’t ease up on the competition!
Anyone serious about music recording truly needs Feurio. There just isn’t another that carries the long list of features, the sheer power of an advanced CD audio recording software that this one does. From Feurio’s easy installation, great user interface, and great tech support, to sheer power that reminds me of a supersonic jet–only Feurio is just breaking the sound barrier on music CD mastering .”