CD burning software help, remember Masterlist CD? MAC
Showing my age here, but I really liked the way Masterlist CD could import markers from Sound Designer II as track ids. It was very easy to look at a long audio file (like a live show or classical piece) and drop and drag the markers to exactly where I wanted them.
I've since graduated to ProTools and use Jam/Toast for burning, and now I usually separate the mix into regions, export or bounce selected as files, then drag everything into Jam. It's really a drag if you need to change an ID placement after the fact - back to ProTools - change the regions, export again. Also sometimes noticing audible clicks in Jam when splitting long movements into different tracks - classical works mostly.
Does anyone have any other software recommendations for CD authoring on a Mac, ideally allowing you to see and move track IDs before you burn? Maybe someone working with classical material? Any good work flows out of PT for long form shows?
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