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How Change The Composer And Pre-gap For Music Tracks

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I'm trying to use Roxio Creator Basic v9 under Windows Vista to create a music CD. I can drag tracks to the window, but I can't see how to change the properties of these tracks. For example, if the track doesn't have a Composer or a Performer (it won't if I've recorded it myself), how do I add one? And if its Pre-Gap is shown as 0, how do I increase it? Can I add further properties to this page? And will these get recorded onto the CD?

 

Thanks - Rowan

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I'm trying to use Roxio Creator Basic v9 under Windows Vista to create a music CD. I can drag tracks to the window, but I can't see how to change the properties of these tracks. For example, if the track doesn't have a Composer or a Performer (it won't if I've recorded it myself), how do I add one? And if its Pre-Gap is shown as 0, how do I increase it? Can I add further properties to this page? And will these get recorded onto the CD?

 

Thanks - Rowan

 

It has been awhile since I used that program. If you click on a music track to select it and then the small "I" you should be able to make the adjustments you want. This is from 10 but it should be the same in 9.

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If you click on a music track to select it and then the small "I" you should be able to make the adjustments you want. This is from 10 but it should be the same in 9.

Thanks for trying to help - but I don't have an "i". I only have Add Music, X, up and down arrows. Is this possibly because I'm using the Basic version that came installed on my PC?

 

Rowan

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Thanks for trying to help - but I don't have an "i". I only have Add Music, X, up and down arrows. Is this possibly because I'm using the Basic version that came installed on my PC?

 

Rowan

 

Possibly (actually probably). Do you have Music Disc Creator? If so, use that.

 

Do you have any options to edit audio tags? That will change the names and artist. I'm not sure where you would find it (Music Disc Creator, Sound Editor, etc.).

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