Posted on Dec 30, 2009 06:02 pm
Member Since: Dec 30, 2009
I just wanted to know what kind of software I should use to burn my finalized product to a CD. What I want to do is be able to see all the tracks and individually/VISUALLY mark their wave files where to start and end. There are a lot of tracks that I will be overlapping and I'd like to use something similar to Wavelab. The reason I am not using wavelab any more is because I am running vista 64 and wavelab has burning compatibility issues with vista.
so are there any good programs that I can use to see the wavefiles and mark the beginning and ends of the songs to burn?
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Dec 30, 2009 09:42 pm CD Architect, Samplitude Master...
No idea with Vista particularly - I know those programs are supposed to run well with Vista, but then again, so is WaveLab.
Have you contacted Steinberg about a patch? I'd be awfully pi$$ed if I dumped that sort of $$$ on a disc authoring program that won't author a disc...
Dec 30, 2009 11:18 pm Thanks, I will look into those.
Since: Dec 30, 2009
I actually think I might consider just sticking to nero for burning.
Yeah, but the money I dished out was previous to me installing vista 64bit on a new computer, as it worked fine beforehand. It's not that wavelab doesn't actually work, but with my system, it's the burning process that simply does not work. It's quite irritating, but I've become use to programs not working entirely correctly with vista :/
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