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Music CD Gaps


Toe-Knee

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Even though I have the gap between tracks set to 0, I still have a little gap between tracks. It's less than a second, but it's a gap, nonetheless. This is unacceptable for continuous mix CD's which I use for my aerobics classes. Previous versions of Roxio did just fine with this. What's up?

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Even though I have the gap between tracks set to 0, I still have a little gap between tracks. It's less than a second, but it's a gap, nonetheless. This is unacceptable for continuous mix CD's which I use for my aerobics classes. Previous versions of Roxio did just fine with this. What's up?

 

Have you tried using the Sound Editor here is one way http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...923&hl=gaps and here is another http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...475&hl=gaps

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Even though I have the gap between tracks set to 0, I still have a little gap between tracks. It's less than a second, but it's a gap, nonetheless. This is unacceptable for continuous mix CD's which I use for my aerobics classes. Previous versions of Roxio did just fine with this. What's up?

Try a search for gap, been covered many times.

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So you get the gap whether you want it or not. Is there nobody at Roxio who listens to continuous mixes?? As quirky and awful as Nero 7 is, at least you don't have to have gaps between tracks. Why they changed this from earlier versions of Roxio is a complete mystery to me. I guess EMC10 gets returned for credit. Thanks for your help. :angry2:

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