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Packman

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How do I burn 120+ minute drum n' bass set onto an eighty minute CD-R? Is there any way that I can split the file and burn that one set (file) onto two CDs? Or is there another way? I am kinda new at this so I must be missing something.


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David Bass

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prob the wrong forum mate but....

you can d/l programs like

http://www.nch.com.au/splitter/index.html

there are heaps of mp3 splitter programs....

mp3 splitter programs you can either split in 4 min tracks or 3 minute you can choose....

or some progs if you can be fuct listen to the mix and put in where you would like the mix to be split into tracks....
 

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How do I burn 120+ minute drum n' bass set onto an eighty minute CD-R? Is there any way that I can split the file and burn that one set (file) onto two CDs? Or is there another way? I am kinda new at this so I must be missing something.


Packman
Get a wave editing program.

Load the set into it.

Chop the set into two pieces

Save the pieces seperately as wav files.

Load the first set, at the end, add a fade out effect. Save as a wave. Burn onto CD.

Ditto for the second.
 

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Thanks guys!!!! I was looking for a tech forum on here and couldn't find it, so I posted here. I will try your suggestion Thrawn6.7 and if I must, I will get a program for myself to burn these sets onto CD. D n' B (especially) is just too good to limit it to small computer speakers. Where I am from (NJ, USA) D n' B has never been that popular so I definitely have to play it loud around here to let them know that there is better music than Britney Spears and American Idol, ick. I wish I found this forum ten years ago, if it existed then; D n' B forum FTW!!!!!!!


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