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Old 2012-12-24, 02:13 PM
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burning cd with tracks+cue on mac

Can someone tell me how I can burn a cd with wav tracks and a cue file on a mac?

The program Burn doesn't seem to handle it. They are wav tracks and the cue is written for wav tracks. I know i could just drag the wav tracks into Burn and it will burn the cd, but then it loses all the pre-gap info in the cue file and the resulting cd will not be spaced properly.

There must be some way to do this. Anyone know?
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Old 2012-12-26, 05:20 AM
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Re: burning cd with tracks+cue on mac

according to this Burn will do it

Toast will burn from a cue as well...and I believe there's a way using the built in burner [or command line with drutil], requires opening the cue file and choose save as disk image i believe [never done it, so not positive on steps]
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