Question about RCA CDRW120 2-Disc CD Recorder
Actually, I am looking for something simple where I can record a live D.J. recording set for approx. 80 minutes, drop markers on them and burn the recording to CD. Is there an inexpensive component that can do this because software gives me glitches?
I copy cassettes on my CD-R sometimes and I never know exactly where the cue points will be so I just make the digital source onm a CD-RW with rough manual tracks marks on the first pass with no stops.
Then I digitally copy that CD to another after I find out where the cues should best be placed, marking them manually as they come up. Then I recycle the source CD-RW.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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