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No "REAL" Jam in Toast 8?


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Hi there -

 

I work in Jam 5, and bought Toast 8 because it said it incorporated the featuers of Jam.

 

BUT, it doesn't seem to to do ISRC or print out the same detailed info sheets I need.

 

AND, JAM doesn't seem to be listed as a product on the Roxio website anymore.

 

Toast 5.0.1 still works for now, but will it in 10.5 and beyond?

 

What's a fellow to do?

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Toast 8 supports ISRC, MCN, CP and PE subcode info. It needs to be turned in on the preferences.

 

Yes I would like to have the ability to print track sheets as well, I am using Jam 5 as a result even after I bought Toast 8.

 

Danny

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I just saw this post about toast and jam and i noticed you got some stars next to you name, you think you could answer a couple questions about the toast/jam set up for me?

 

You are looking at the post that is more than 2 yrs old. Regardless other folks on forums can help answer your queries. Give it a shot.

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Yep, no way to print the track list in Toast 8. Even if you could, the session doesn't show all the data you need. Toast 8 is not a pro audio app. Roxio left out some important features from Jam. Jam was a poor excuse for a pro app compared to old programs like Wave Burner Pro, but it did get the job done, but it wasn't very sexy or feature packed.

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I, too, am bummed by the lack of being able to print out audio timing sheets with Toast. I used Jam 6 for this up until recently. We upgraded our main studio Mac to Snow Leopard 10.6 and with that, my Toast with Jam 6 does not open. I just bought Toast Titanium 10 and see that almost all of the old Jam features are included, but certainly cannot see how to print out time logs like we used to be able to do with Jam 6. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this with TT10 or TT10 Pro? thnx!

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I, too, am bummed by the lack of being able to print out audio timing sheets with Toast. I used Jam 6 for this up until recently. We upgraded our main studio Mac to Snow Leopard 10.6 and with that, my Toast with Jam 6 does not open. I just bought Toast Titanium 10 and see that almost all of the old Jam features are included, but certainly cannot see how to print out time logs like we used to be able to do with Jam 6. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this with TT10 or TT10 Pro? thnx!

Jam 6 is opening for me in Snow Leopard although I haven't tested if everything is working. Try trashing the Jam plist file in your Preferences folder to see if that fixes the launch issue.

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