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Re: cd burning problem

Hmmm, a friend of mine was getting pops and clicks for a while when he 
started burning CD's. It turns out the problem was that the burning 
was putting the audio on the discs as the wrong file type. It was close 
enough that the CD player tried reading it, but wrong enough that the 
came out as pops and clicks.

I think Adaptec is supposed to make produce .cda files on the disc, but 
not sure. (That's what it says when I open a disc up, but it also lists 
file size as 44 bytes.)

I'm sorry if this isn't very good advice, I iz ai'nt too smart when it 
to this sort of thing.


>From: "Petr Dolak" <pepetr@crnet.net>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
>To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
>Subject: cd burning problem
>Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2000 18:04:13 -0500
>I am trying to burn my CDs (looping content, so it is related) but have 
>rather unexpected troubles: all my waw files on my sound forge are fine 
>clean, no clipping, but when I burn the cd on Adaptec a mild distortion 
>occurs, it seems especially in the left chanel.  I even lowered the 
>volume on teh files by 2 dB, but it did not help much.  And I ran the cd 
>burner (HP 8200) self-test, no problems.  How strange: monitoring the 
>from the computer is fine, recording is clean, and then the actual cd in 
>stereo is not good (and I tried various stereos).  Anybody has any advice?

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