Digi's Masterlist CD vs. Adaptec Jam

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by iluvansg, Jun 29, 2001.

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  1. iluvansg

    iluvansg Guest

    Thanks for the replies on my 2 track editing/mastering thread. I've decided to stay with the Mac and get either Masterlist CD or Adaptec's Jam. I was hoping to hear from user's of either program about some features. Can either program put indexes in the middle of an audio file for continuous music (no gaps)? Do either of these have any waveform displays for adjusting fades/crossfades or placing indexes. Are there features I should know about that one has that the other doesn't? Thanks in advance for your patience and help.

  2. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff

    Mar 20, 2000
    BC, Canada
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    Yup, been burning for a few years with MLCD and the Mac, they do it fine.

    MLCD may not have all the bells and whistles but it's very solid on my system.

    And the tip of the day:

    Stephen Paul say's "Burn at 2 x" and you should be rocking. :cool:
  3. lwilliam

    lwilliam Active Member

    Oct 6, 2000
    Santa Clarita, CA USA
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    I have Jam 2.7. It does what it says, simply and reliably. It also is about $300 less than MLCD. It also supports newer burners than MLCD.

    Before you buy either, check to see if your CD burner is supported by the software.
  4. WSpeckmann

    WSpeckmann Guest

    I'm working with MLCD & Jam for quite some time. Jam ist very easy to use, MLCD gives you some more options.
    I just added Emagic's Waveburner to my collection: graphic editing / waveform window / even plug-in support (vst) in the new pro version - I like it.

    V e r y important advice from Iwilliam's last post: check if your burner is actually supported by the software !!!

    Kind regards

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