Question About Importing a CDA Wave File into Sonoris DDP Creator

Discussion in 'Mastering' started by hunter07, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. hunter07

    hunter07 Active Member

    This might not be an issue at all but wanted to ask as I'm new to DDP Creator.

    Basically I import my Wave from CD Architect which has all of the track breaks, ISRC codes, etc. included but I noticed that the ISRC code for the first song is alligned with the 2 second break before the first song. Is it just assumed that the break is attached to the first track so it's all the same?
     
  2. TrilliumSound

    TrilliumSound Active Member

    That is OK. I know this could be misleading and confusing by looking at it, but it is OK. You can print the PQ sheet and you will see that the ISRC (index0) is assigned to the song (index1) of track 1.

    Richard
     
  3. hunter07

    hunter07 Active Member

    Thanks that's what I was thinking. Yes it's on Index 0 with track 1. I'll have to print out the PQ to check that.
     
  4. hunter07

    hunter07 Active Member

    Hmm another question. I'm not sure if I created my project in CD Architect correctly in terms of tracks and indexes. I've uploaded a screenshot of first how it looks when I import the CDA Wave into Sonoris and secondly how it looks when I drag and drop the tracks one by one into Sonoris. When I rendered the entire album I made it so that certain track start times overlapped with the ending of other tracks as I wanted that feel of certain tracks flowing into one another. Basically my question is, is the first pic example I've attached okay or would this cause problems?

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  5. TrilliumSound

    TrilliumSound Active Member

    From what I see, it seems fine to me.

    Richard
     

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