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Toast 11.1 Crashing While I'm Attempting To Create A Compilation Audio Cd. Useless!



I just "upgraded" to Toast 11.1 last night (I use a Mini with 8 GBs of RAM and running 10.6.8) and I'm attempting to create a compilation audio CD, but Toast keeps crashing as I play the songs, attempting to adjust their gain settings. I've started fresh with a brand new 11.1 file (I started the project using 11.05), and I've quit all of my apps except my browser, and still Toast crashes.


Has anyone else experienced this problem?


All of the audio files are 16-bit 44.1 stereo AIFFs, so I'm not even asking the app to convert the files to another file format.


I'm glad (well, that may be to strong of a word) that I still have the original install CD for the previous version, because this is just a joke.

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I'm told that Roxio is working on another update to address some of the audio CD crashing issues. What I do know is you currently need to leave the present gap between tracks in Toast Preferences at 2 seconds. You can change those gaps in the Audio window. That is one known cause for the crash.

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