On 18/05/12 4:01 PM, Kevin Cosgrove wrote:
The basic steps involved in the above are:
* create a new Ardour session and import the mixed-down versions of each
of the tracks you want on the CD
* arrange your imported tracks in to whatever order you want, with
whatever gaps etc. you want between them
* add CD track markers at the start of each of your imported tracks on
the timeline (including track 1)
* export the entire session as a single WAV file with accompanying TOC
or CUE file
* use "cdrdao" to burn the WAV to disc, using the TOC/CUE file
As far as conforming to Red Book goes, the advice I've seen is to leave
at least two seconds of blank audio before track 1; that is, before the
first track marker that you place on the timeline.
When I did this recently, I used this as my guide:
and wrote up some of my own notes about it here:
Hope that helps!
> Any advice people?
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