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Old 05-20-2008, 06:01 PM
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Default Help with Bouncing to Disk Please

i never bounced to disk because i always sent my songs to an Alesis Masterlink and burned them to disk from there.....now im trying to make a Master cd using bounce to disk and i dont have a clue what im doing.....can someone explain the process such as do i select wav or aiff or mp3....and any other other settings too.....i made a cd using wav but the cd would not play on 2 different cd players...but if someone can explain the process to make a master cd using bounce to disk id appreciatte it......thanks chas
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Old 05-20-2008, 06:36 PM
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i found an article that shows bouncing to disk using wav format but as i said when i burned a cd using wav format it would not play on 2 different cd players....anyone have a clue what i might be doing wrong?
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Old 05-20-2008, 07:43 PM
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Default Re: Help with Bouncing to Disk Please

You need to bounce to 16 bit/44.1K stereo interleaved to make an audio CD. If you session is done at 24 bit, you also need to insert a dither plugin on a master fader(in the last slot) and dither to 16 bit.
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Old 05-21-2008, 02:41 PM
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You need to bounce to 16 bit/44.1K stereo interleaved to make an audio CD.
With newer version of Nero and some other programs, one does not need to bounce to 16 bit anymore. 44.1K stereo interleaved, yes- I make audio CDs out of the 24 bit bounces. Am I missing something here? Do I need to dither down (and to 16 bits) for quality of sound?
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All CDs that play on normal CD players are 44.1kHz/16bit, no matter what. If the newest version of Nero accepts 24bit files for CD creation, then it is automatically dithering (and probably not in the best way possible).
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Yes, I knew that all CDs that are normal are 16 bit, but I didn't know that a writing program would dither the 24 bit input. It seems obvious now . Will go back to 16 bits for burning.. I only tried the 24 bit versions for a few quick listen things, which is a good thing....
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