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Old 04-29-2008, 09:30 PM
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I'm still new to PT, am not thoroughly versed on writing CD's yet. I've got an audio track from a video of a stage production I would like to put on CD. I just loaded it into to PT. I'll probably be do 2 different things with it. I'm coming from the Roland VS world- there I would be able to simply insert track number markers and burn to CD. I'm using Toast to burn CD's, and don't quite have the hang of all the capabilities there.

How would I simply put the whole thing as is on CD with inserted track numbers?

Then I'll probably edit, work with different pieces and maybe set them up in separate sessions, maybe set up on CD as all separate tracks, or maybe put it all back together. I'd appreciate some advice, just simple step by step on how to split pieces into separate sessions. From there I would either assemble a CD of separate tracks (I got that figured out), or I would maybe put the thing back together, so I had a little more control over how I want to tracks to flow into each other.
Any advice would be appreciated.
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Old 04-30-2008, 07:41 AM
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Default Re: writing to CD

so say youre working on an album with 10 songs....

open a new session, place your 10 tracks, add your gaps and fades, bounce each track, bring the bounced audio files into toast, burn to audio CD.
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Old 04-30-2008, 12:13 PM
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ok I get it - thanks
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...add your gaps...
CD burning apps (such as Toast) is where gaps are added. The bounced file typically does not have a gap included.
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