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1 Need help finding the right software
:arrow: You know how when you record a mix set from your tables to your computer. Well you always get one track thats up to 72 minutes long. :rolleyes: I'm trying to figure out a way to make that 72 minute long CD into a multiple track CD. Where the track switches over to the next song on the recorded CD at the beginning of cueing in the new record. This way i'll have a finished product that is a 72 minute 12 or 14 track CD, and not a 72 minute 1 track CD. Anyone got any tips. I would appreciate any input.
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On the expensive end, Sound Forge. I master all my mixes in SF.

On the cheap end, Cakewalk's Pyro. I use it for making most of my CD's. It has limited audio editing capability- you can cut, cross fade and adjust the volume....
The Axeman (##(===> Cuts From My New Blues CD