CD recorders/time codes

Discussion in 'Digital Recorders' started by soulshock7, Jan 21, 2004.

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  1. soulshock7

    soulshock7 Guest

    I was telling this guy I met who happens to own a indie label that I was going to purchase a HHB or masterlink cd recorder to produce my cd's and he said no matter what model I purchase it will not put the same kind of time codes on my cd's that a CD manufactuer equipment will. Is this true and does this really matter, if so why?
  2. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    Feb 23, 2001
    Silicon Valley
    I doubt he meant timecodes but most likely meant PQ codes which is done by the mastering engineer or done at the duplication plant if you send them a CD made from the HHB or masterlink. With the proper CD recording software and a CD-R drive you could do this but not on a standalone units like the HHB or masterink. PQ codes contain the info for the index, start/stop times, and other data flags for SCMS, demphasis and such.
  3. soulshock7

    soulshock7 Guest

    To audiogaff thanx a bunch for clearing that up.
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