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RE: Hidden tracks on cd?

Title: RE: Hidden tracks on cd?

>>Also IIRC you can do this with CD architect, but I think you have to
turn off some settings regarding red book compliance ;)<<

I have cd architect at home- not able to try this right now..... sony have discontinued cd arch, which is a pain because vegas can't pull subcodes & indices off of an existing disc.

vegas 5 can make discs with audio before the first marker & audio after the last end-of-track marker. it bitches about some damn red book but it will let you do it. however, the write-drive is itself likely to complain about writing something between the lead-in & the first marker. seems to be quite happy about the chunk of audio after the last marker though.

I had to master a disc with regular cd audio & a pdf on it last year. after days & days of trying different things & reading the "rules" on the interweb, I eventually did it on an old version of adaptec's toast, running on a g4 powerbook. this is another one of those tasks where you have to do everything in the right order or mess up a load of tweeters somewhere......



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