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Re: Hidden tracks on cd?

hi, they have a few good crash gardes like nortons...I also want to put my sounds that I made from a 4 track cassette onto a CD..I was going to buy an outside of the computer DVD+, that is the best for video..I have cakewalk in my computor and Magix but I do not trust the crash that can happen with music and video..you need 512mb with at least 80 GB harddrive to make it work..and it is still unstable compared to the 4 track tascam..but at least they are always working on it...save your files on a CDR or ZIP Drive..good luck..Gerry

Donearlsto@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 4/3/06 1:58:53 PM, goddard.duncan@mtvne.com writes:

All CD players are not created equal, then figure in PCs & DVD players and the unknowns pile up<<
the cd I just made, with audio after the last end-of-track marker, crashed the windows cd player. it's more trouble than it's worth.
does anyone know of a cd authoring tool that lets you enter cd-text? cd-architect, oddly, doesn't. in fact, the only time I've done it was using a denon standalone cd-recorder.

Toast with Jam does this.

Donovan Stokes

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