Absolute newbie begs your aid!

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by TerryAllanHall, Jan 7, 2005.

  • AT5047

    The New AT5047 Premier Studio Microphone Purity Transformed

  1. I've recorded several tunes onto my computer hard drive, via my home studio, then edited them through GoldWave, but I haven't a clue as to how to put them onto a CD-R.

    Could someone explain, in VERY simple terms, how to do this?

    Thanks VERY much in advance! :?
  2. knightfly

    knightfly Active Member

    Jan 18, 2002
    Terry, I wasn't even aware your program existed, but it looks pretty functional especially for the price - have you read the help files yet? The first thing I ALWAYS do for any program I intend to actually USE, is to open the help file - then, I choose "search", and almost all windoze apps present a choice the first time you do this - I ALWAYS choose Maximize Search Ability, I believe it's called - this means that whenever you search for a particular word, you will get ALL occurrences of that word.

    After doing this, search on "burn" (without the quotes :=) and you should come up with what you're looking for.

    I use Samplitude primarily; the steps I have to take to burn a CD are (1) arrange every song I want on the CD in one continuous NEW "song", in the order I want them to play (2) insert Track Markers into that new "song", placed where I want each song to start playing (3) then, click on the little "CD" icon (your screen shows it at the top right in the double row of icons at the top of the screen


    As I said, I've never used your program but I think you'll get a window open that will take you wnere you want to go by clicking on that little picture of a CD. (You'll need a blank CD-R in your burner, of course :=)

    Hope that helps... Steve
  3. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    Jul 25, 2004
    what format do you save? wav? mp3?
    is very simple! for example go to itunes or your media player and make a new playlist with those files! then select burn disc! this way mp3, wav and so on will be transformed into cdaudio to your cd-r

    tell us if u make it...

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