HELP with CD Burning Audio please
I am going to burn a concert into a cd using toast on a mac. When i put in the audio and saved it as a aiff sound file, there was always a "blip" in the audio at the beginning of the song. Does anyone know what this is? I think the computer even stopped playing the audio once and said it was using too much memory or not able to read fast enough or something. The burner does work as it is in a lab and people use it all the time. I don't know if they do much burning outside of just copying cd's though.
So anyway, do you think the blip will end up on the burned disc or will it transfer it smoothly??
Sorry for the long post.
You computer or hdd is slow or you have low memory. Try saving cd directly cdrom to cd writer. Close all programs that is unneadable.
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