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NiKo 08-04-2005 11:22 AM

Burning Audio CDs with Crossfading.
does anyone know of a simple free program that can allow you to corssfade between the tracks that you burn?

edlib 08-04-2005 09:09 PM

This very thing was discussed recently in this thread.. You can see what was suggested there.
I'm not sure if there's anything free that'll do it though.

ProTools Free could do it... but it only runs on old OSes.

I'm not sure that the latest version of Audacity can do it. It might.

Alien426 08-05-2005 01:38 AM

You could probably do it with WinAmp and its DiskWriter (or whatever it's called) output plugin thingy.

Kj°len 08-05-2005 02:09 PM

iTunes has some sort of Crossfading feature. Not sure if it burns with crossfading, but it would be worth a try.

NiKo 08-05-2005 03:14 PM

I have crossfading on my Winamp, but you cant' use the feature for burning.
and I cant' really find the option on my Nero.

who would have thought such a simple feature would be so hard to come by.

Kj°len 08-05-2005 03:16 PM

Odd, Nero is supposed to be abled to burn with crossfading. Maybe the older or newer versions, depending on what you have.
Maybe try CD Architect.

Joshi 08-05-2005 03:17 PM


Originally Posted by Kj°len
iTunes has some sort of Crossfading feature. Not sure if it burns with crossfading, but it would be worth a try.

Yeah, WMP has crossfading to, but it also doesn't burn that way. Pity, but there you go. I've never really found a need for it in CD's, I listen to my CD's on random anyway.

DrMcCoy 08-05-2005 03:25 PM

...You could do it manually: Take the WAVs and edit them in something like Audacity, adding the crossfade "by hand"... It's a lot of tedious work, though...
Or you could use SoX, "the swiss army knife of sound processing programs". It's a command line utility, you'd have to find out how to use it for mixing/crossfading and write a simply batch-script that applies it to all your files... Would be the geeky way to do it (read: may actually take longer than doing it by hand (when you only need it for one CD, that is), but involves more learning and less tediousness :D)...

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