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Hello there,

I have been given a music CD from a friend to copy for him, it is dance music.

It has 11 tracks, however as is usual with such music these tracks are mixed into one another without leaving a 1 to 2 second silent gap between the tracks.

On copying the CD I found that the new CD has silent gaps in it between tracks.

This doesn’t sound right and does not flow as an album.

Basically I am looking for a way to cut out the 1 to 2 second silent gaps and make the copied CD sound like the original.

I used Windows Media Player 11 to copy the CD.

I looked forward to hearing from you

Regards Richard.:wave:
 

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nero does it but nero costs. real player is free and it dosn't do it. ashampoo burnin studio does it but it costs too. my recommendation is real player.
 

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Alternatively, a freeware audio recorder/editor called 'Audacity' will let you record the CD as 1 entire track.

You can use the program to boost the volume over the entire track, or sections, normalise the volume - there's a whole range of audio 'toys' to enhance the quality.

If you want to save the file as .MP3, you'll need the 'Lame' encoder.

I use Nero' to burn MP3's as audio CD's, I assume WMP 11 can do the same.

PS Those CD's you've already burnt, you could record those into Audacity' and cut out the gaps, restoring them back to original :wink:
 
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