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    Can someone help me out? I've never burned using a cue. I just downloaded the Black Triangle Dark Side of The Moon, and I want to make sure that I burn it correctly. Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilton331 View Post
    Can someone help me out? I've never burned using a cue. I just downloaded the Black Triangle Dark Side of The Moon, and I want to make sure that I burn it correctly. Thanks.
    you can't use cue files for audio cds in toast. just set the pauses to 0sec and you will have a perfect result.

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    I cant burn audio cds from a cue with toast? What do i use then?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilton331 View Post
    I cant burn audio cds from a cue with toast? What do i use then?
    i don't know any better burning software. i only use toast.

    as i said, just burn the tracks to an audio cd with pause=0 between the tracks.

    if you have one mp3 file and you want to split in in single tracks use cue-splitter.

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    Yea but isn't the point of a cue file to give you the right pauses and pre emphasis before and after tracks? Toast doesn't support cue files? Are there any programs for mac that do?


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