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Burning Cds Of Live Concerts

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Have gotten mp3 files of numerous concerts that are seperated into individual songs. In burning them to CDs I've used the cross-fade function with a half-second overlap to eliminate the silent gaps between songs. Been using the transition preview to try and make sure that things go together smoothly but more and more I am seeing (and hearing) the program doing a slight hold as it reaches the end of song 1 and starts song 2. I've extended the transition time but it doesn't seem to help.

 

Any ideas as to why this is happening and/or suggestions on how to correct it?

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Have gotten mp3 files of numerous concerts that are seperated into individual songs. In burning them to CDs I've used the cross-fade function with a half-second overlap to eliminate the silent gaps between songs. Been using the transition preview to try and make sure that things go together smoothly but more and more I am seeing (and hearing) the program doing a slight hold as it reaches the end of song 1 and starts song 2. I've extended the transition time but it doesn't seem to help.

 

Any ideas as to why this is happening and/or suggestions on how to correct it?

 

Confirm what application (not the EM 9 suite) you are using to burn the CDs.

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Confirm what application (not the EM 9 suite) you are using to burn the CDs.

 

It's the Music Disc Creator in Roxio Easy Media Creator 9.

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It's the Music Disc Creator in Roxio Easy Media Creator 9.

 

Doggone it, I can't find the image from EMC 9. I have only Creator 2011 on my computer but I think it is similar.

 

If yours looks like this, select the fade type it should be one of the ones displayed as a curved line. Chose the transition that is the one that looks like one square going into another and then put minus time in to get them to overlap. Use larger times I show 10 seconds but use the little speaker icon to listen to the fade/transition and adjust the timing to get the overlap you want.

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