Software for compiling CD's

Discussion in 'Tracking / Mixing / Editing' started by hp1xbg, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. hp1xbg

    hp1xbg Active Member

    Just looking to print some redbook stuff for clients before it goes off to a real mastering engineer, which I'm not. Was trying to decide between Wavelab Elements and DSP Quattro Pro. Any opinions on which would be better? I fooled around with them both some and am leaning towards QP. I would love to have the full version of Wavelab, but don't really want another dongle when I already have an Ilok. Plus, the full version has far more features than I would ever need and costs considerably more.

    Just wondering if there was a difference between the two that should sway my opinion.
     
  2. Massive Mastering

    Massive Mastering Well-Known Member

    Never used QP, but if it writes discs (properly...) and that's the big point, I don't see a problem going that way.

    Sidenote: Do you need a dongle for WL Elements...? Honestly, I have no idea. I thought not, but I could certainly be mistaken. My initial reaction would be WL (it's a known quantity, been around forever, etc.). That said - I've not used Elements - But again, if the point is authoring discs with basic editing features, there you go.
     
  3. Thomas W. Bethel

    Thomas W. Bethel Well-Known Member

    Why not just send them off as Wave or AIFF files??? If you do Red Book you are limiting the songs to 44.1 16 bit. Just a suggestion...
     

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