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Another first for me, CD authoring.

I finally made a CD with 98 tracks on it. It was all radio spots that needed to be dumped from 1/4" tape to CD. If I hadn't caught some redundancies, I would have needed to make two CDs even though there's less than an hour of material.
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I hope you didn't forget CD text...

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Why not use track indexes, you can put 99 index markers within each track. That means 99x99 = 9801 search points for each CD.

Oh, I forgot, I have not seen a player with index search function since eighties...

Which CD mastering software actually can make indexes, it would be fun to go Hi-Fi on the next disk?
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Which CD mastering software actually can make indexes, it would be fun to go Hi-Fi on the next disk?
Sadie, Pyramix, Sonic, probably most of them!

I've never done it though. I have never noticed them on a CD, either.
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I have never noticed them on a CD, either.
It's a while since I've seen this, but it wasn't uncommon for early classical CDs to have things like individual concerto movements indexed within a single track. I believe some older SFX CDs may have used them too.
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