Old 14th April 2004, 23:20   #1
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*How do you splice a cd with track numbers*

I ripped a damaged scratched mixed cd and was able to record it back to audio without a pop or skip.

My question is, how do I add the original track numbers instead of it being a straight track?

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Old 15th April 2004, 01:02   #2
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by staight track do you mean one track?

then you just need a good waveeditor (like nero) i guess (personally, it wouldnt be worth the effort)

Im sure there are sites on the internet that have the cd u burnt and u could get the lengths of each song as well as their track#
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Old 15th April 2004, 01:08   #3
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don't use a waveeditor, that will mean that you have to recompress (unless you ripped to flac, shn, wma lossless, wav or monkey's). use mp3directcut.
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Old 15th April 2004, 16:44   #4
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ok, right now the new cd plays straight through.
I want to be able to add track numbers so i can forward say to track 3 or 8 withough having to listen to the whole cd.
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Old 15th April 2004, 18:21   #5
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I'm a bit confused about what you're starting with, what sort of file do you have, is it .wav, .mp3 the original CD ??

Sounds like Feurio or Nero are the sort of programs you want.

In Feurio load the file into a project, go to the wave editor and set your split points, decide whether you want the tracks to stay linked or add gaps, name them, burn them - and all without altering the original or creating any new files.

I use it all the time for burning rips from vinyl.

(edit) post back or PM me if you need more help, Feurio can be a bit intimidating until you get used to it (/edit)

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Old 15th April 2004, 20:39   #6
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I believe he allready ripped a cd with a straight track and now whats some way to bookmark spots in the cd.

That's doable yet it doesn't stay written in the cd, just search for AMROK (or whatever) in the plugins page, I think that does the trick

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Old 15th April 2004, 22:47   #7
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the file was ripped to wave from the original scratched cd.
Now, I burned it to a blank cd. (keep in mind now its a full 72 min mix cd without the cd player saying thats its on track 2,3,4,5,6,7,8.... it just says 1.) Iwant to be able to add the 2,3,4,5,6,7.... whenever a new song in the mix changes.
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Old 15th April 2004, 22:56   #8
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Use Feurio as described above. Select linked tracks to keep it as a straight mix.
The names of the tracks(CD Text) will only be available if you use a more up to date player than Winamp. You can still add the titles to Winamp's database manually.

Good to see you have kept the rip as a wave file.

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Old 15th April 2004, 23:03   #9
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thanks to all for your replies, glad to see that something out there exists to do this.

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