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  1. Packman

    Packman Well-Known Member

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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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  2. David Bass

    David Bass Neuro-Technologist

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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....
     
  3. number1

    number1 www.db9radio.com

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    i use wavepad cause i find it easy to use
     
  4. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    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.
     
  5. Thrawn 6.7

    Thrawn 6.7 Member

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  6. Packman

    Packman Well-Known Member

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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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  7. sam the dnb man

    sam the dnb man Variation

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    does anyone know if you can get cds that last longer?

    i want some
     
  8. Borf™

    Borf™ Borf

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    Nah, but you can put like 7 times more stuff on a DVD, if you have a DVD burner