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Recording Vinyl To CD

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Zzyzx, May 22, 2004.

  1. Zzyzx

    Zzyzx Guest

    Hi There,
    Looking for some help on deciding what software & media would enable me to come out with the best recordings possible.

    My set-up is: 2 Turnatbles going to a mixer, out of mixer to a M-Audio USB sound card, then USB to my laptop. This set-up is so i can record my mixes then burn onto CD.

    So my question is:
    1. What would the best Recording software be?
    2. What would the best Burning software be?
    3. What would the best 80min CDR be?

    Thanks For The Help

  2. tripnek

    tripnek Active Member

    Jun 9, 2003
    "Best" is a VERY subjective term, but here is what I would use.

    Steinberg Cubase or Nuendo for recording.
    Nero for Burning.
    Quantigy CDRs for media.
  3. BladeSG

    BladeSG Guest

    Pro Tools for recording :D

    CD Architect for burning :)

    Mitsubishi for media :D
  4. Thomas W. Bethel

    Thomas W. Bethel Well-Known Member

    Dec 12, 2001
    Oberlin, OH
    Home Page:
    Wavelab for the software (Wavelab 5 is currently shipping)

    Wavelab for the burning

    Plextor for the CD burner

    Taiyo Yuden for the media
  5. Zzyzx

    Zzyzx Guest

    Thanks for all the different replies, excellent programs!

    I Think I'll go with the Wavelab 5, and Taiyo Yuden

  6. Paul123

    Paul123 Guest

    I agree with Thomas on his cd selection Taiyo Yuden is the number one manufacture of cdr media. This can be backed up by this site.
    http://www.cdmediaworld.com It seems they have done quite a bit of research reguarding your question.

    Thomas, I have learned much from your various previous posts it has been helpful.

  7. Paul123

    Paul123 Guest

    Are there any other examples of software made specifically audio cd burning? I’m interested in software titles that could bare the professional label?

  8. bap

    bap Guest

    If you have a Plextor Premium CD drive, then you can use Plextools as reliable software for getting wave files to CD. I have Samplitude, Plextor, Cakewalk Pyro, and Roxio Platinum. They all see some use.

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