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Re: Goodmorning.

Howard Traxler
 

How would I know if this was directed at me?  Anyways, good morning.

Howard

On 9/14/2021 8:57 AM, Rich De Steno via groups.io wrote:
How are you doing ? Hope you are keeping safe ?
Hopefully 2021 will be the end of the pandemic
Actually, I need a favor from you. I'd appreciate if you could email me back when you get this.
Thanks,
Rich De Steno




Re: Goodmorning.

john s
 

Trix, here is your return mail.

At 09:57 AM 9/14/2021, Rich De Steno via groups.io, wrote:
How are you doing ? Hope you are keeping safe ?
Hopefully 2021 will be the end of the pandemic
Actually, I need a favor from you. I'd appreciate if you could email me back when you get this.
Thanks,
Rich De Steno


John


Re: Goodmorning.

Matthew Chao
 

Got your email. Seems to be working.--Matthew Chao

On 9/14/2021 9:57 AM, Rich De Steno via groups.io wrote:
How are you doing ? Hope you are keeping safe ?
Hopefully 2021 will be the end of the pandemic
Actually, I need a favor from you. I'd appreciate if you could email me back when you get this.
Thanks,
Rich De Steno


Goodmorning.

Rich De Steno
 

How are you doing ? Hope you are keeping safe ?
Hopefully 2021 will be the end of the pandemic
Actually, I need a favor from you. I'd appreciate if you could email me back when you get this.
Thanks,
Rich De Steno


Re: GoldWave and skip forward and back

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

Howard, I've been using GW since V4.72, to the best of my knowledge, the
sdcroll lock thing has always been contro with l.

On Mon, 13 Sep 2021 12:00:36 -0500, amongst other things, "Howard Traxler"
<htraxler7@gmail.com> wrote:

Thank you Joe Paton.  The control-l did it.  But in the past, it was one
of those three keys just right of the function keys; can't remember
which one is the scroll lock.  Tried all three and now learnt something new.

Howard


On 9/13/2021 3:19 AM, Joe Paton wrote:
howard,
try control-l.
It used to be refered to as scroll lock on and off.
now it's something like follow cursor.
HTH











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Re: GoldWave and skip forward and back

Howard Traxler
 

Thank you Joe Paton.  The control-l did it.  But in the past, it was one of those three keys just right of the function keys; can't remember which one is the scroll lock.  Tried all three and now learnt something new.

Howard

On 9/13/2021 3:19 AM, Joe Paton wrote:
howard,
try control-l.
It used to be refered to as scroll lock on and off.
now it's something like follow cursor.
HTH





Re: GoldWave and skip forward and back

Joe Paton
 

howard,
try control-l.
It used to be refered to as scroll lock on and off.
now it's something like follow cursor.
HTH


GoldWave and skip forward and back

Howard Traxler
 

Using a pretty recent version of GoldWave with Win10 and NVDA.  Want to skip forward and back using right and left arrows.  It doesn't move at all.  It seems like there's a setting that I need to turn on or off but I can't remember what it is.  I think it's one of those three keys up tward the right past the function keys there?  Does anyone know?

Thank you very much.

Howard


Re: recommendation for cd burning software

Dean Masters
 

sorry for the delay but I had to check it out to find the answer to your questions.

I had to use the JAWS cursor to find how much time on an audio cd had been using and what the total time could be. You have to go to the top of the screen and arrow down 3 lines.

You can burn a cd with just mp3 or any kind of file.

You can copy a cd using AnyBurn.

Dean

-----Original Message-----
From: stewartross via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2021 9:44 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

tell me with any burn,
if your doing a audio cd,
does it tell u wen your adding the number of tracks, how many minutes u have
left?
and can u create a cd with mp3's on it, and can u coppy cd's?
from stew
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dean Masters" <dwmasters15@gmail.com>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 11:05 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software


CDBurnerXP stopped working on my windows 7 machine a few months ago but someone reccomended anyburn which I reallly like. It will even rip cd's as well as burn. and to create a cd you can have the audio files in different formats instead of them having to be in mp3.

Dean


-----Original Message-----
From: JM Casey
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 5:42 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?













Re: recommendation for cd burning software

stewartross
 

tell me with any burn,
if your doing a audio cd,
does it tell u wen your adding the number of tracks, how many minutes u have left?
and can u create a cd with mp3's on it, and can u coppy cd's?
from stew

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dean Masters" <dwmasters15@gmail.com>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 11:05 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software


CDBurnerXP stopped working on my windows 7 machine a few months ago but someone reccomended anyburn which I reallly like. It will even rip cd's as well as burn. and to create a cd you can have the audio files in different formats instead of them having to be in mp3.

Dean


-----Original Message-----
From: JM Casey
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 5:42 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?












Re: recommendation for cd burning software

stewartross
 

re nero
i think i lasted nero wen i had a pc with windows xp on it.
i think it was nero 5.822.

----- Original Message -----
From: "JM Casey" <jmcasey@teksavvy.com>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 10:42 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software


Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?


Re: recommendation for cd burning software

stewartross
 

hay steve i agree with you on this one.
stew

----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Matzura" <number6@noisynotes.com>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 10:00 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software


In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to burn
Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?



Re: Using a Virtual CD Driver to Rip a Virtual CD

Steve Matzura
 

I've been trying to do that for years, but somehow it never works out! I'll keep on it though.

On 9/8/2021 12:27 AM, Kelly Pierce wrote:
This is so complicated. Just ask him to upload the .wav file to a
third party file transfer service. I am a field recordist and do this
for producers all the time. Keeps things simple and the producer can
start editing the .wav file immediately without messing with
unnecessary technology.

Kelly




On 9/7/21, Steve Matzura <number6@noisynotes.com> wrote:
A musician friend of mine has decided that the best way to send me some
files to work on is by making an audio CD from his hard-disk recorder,
packing it up into a BIN+CUE package with IMGBurn, and sending it to me
via Dropbox. Now I have these two files, I can unpack them and burn them
to a real compact disc, then use a program like Exact Audio Copy to
extract the audio into the WAV files which he should have sent me in the
first place so I can work with them. The problem is, he's done this so
many times before, and frankly, my media supply is gettin' low! So I
thought maybe I could use one of these free CD clone drivers like
Elaborate Bytes' Virtual Clone Drive
<https://www.elby.ch/en/products/vcd.html> to unpack the BIN+CUE package
with IMGBurn, then use EAC to extract the WAV audio. My questions are:


1. Is this scenario even possible? Is that what VCD is supposed to
do--be a virtual CD drive where the user can mount a virtual disc and
treat it as if it were a real one?


2. I tried mounting the .BIN of the BIN+CUE pair, and VCD didn't do it.
Is this format different from the kind of BIN VCD is looking for?


3. Is there a program that can take my BIN+CUE pair made with IMGBurn
and turn it into something VCD *CAN* mount?


Thanks in advance for any help on this one.








thanks for cd burning recommendations

JOHN RIEHL
 

I got Anyburn and it's wonderful for creating CD compilations. Very simple
and straightforward. The only drawback so far is that, when you're burning a
CD form mp3/mp4 files, three buttons aren't labeled. They're to the right of
the Add button. Does anyone know what those buttons are?

Thanks.


Re: Using a Virtual CD Driver to Rip a Virtual CD

Kelly Pierce
 

This is so complicated. Just ask him to upload the .wav file to a
third party file transfer service. I am a field recordist and do this
for producers all the time. Keeps things simple and the producer can
start editing the .wav file immediately without messing with
unnecessary technology.

Kelly

On 9/7/21, Steve Matzura <number6@noisynotes.com> wrote:
A musician friend of mine has decided that the best way to send me some
files to work on is by making an audio CD from his hard-disk recorder,
packing it up into a BIN+CUE package with IMGBurn, and sending it to me
via Dropbox. Now I have these two files, I can unpack them and burn them
to a real compact disc, then use a program like Exact Audio Copy to
extract the audio into the WAV files which he should have sent me in the
first place so I can work with them. The problem is, he's done this so
many times before, and frankly, my media supply is gettin' low! So I
thought maybe I could use one of these free CD clone drivers like
Elaborate Bytes' Virtual Clone Drive
<https://www.elby.ch/en/products/vcd.html> to unpack the BIN+CUE package
with IMGBurn, then use EAC to extract the WAV audio. My questions are:


1. Is this scenario even possible? Is that what VCD is supposed to
do--be a virtual CD drive where the user can mount a virtual disc and
treat it as if it were a real one?


2. I tried mounting the .BIN of the BIN+CUE pair, and VCD didn't do it.
Is this format different from the kind of BIN VCD is looking for?


3. Is there a program that can take my BIN+CUE pair made with IMGBurn
and turn it into something VCD *CAN* mount?


Thanks in advance for any help on this one.







Re: recommendation for cd burning software

Steve Matzura
 

Yes, AnyBurn's good, too.

On 9/7/2021 6:05 PM, Dean Masters wrote:
CDBurnerXP stopped working on my windows 7 machine a few months ago but someone reccomended anyburn which I reallly like. It will even rip cd's as well as burn. and to create a cd you can have the audio files in different formats instead of them having to be in mp3.

Dean


-----Original Message----- From: JM Casey
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 5:42 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?


Re: recommendation for cd burning software

Steve Matzura
 

Yes, but Don said it got lost and is not on his latest computer.

On 9/7/2021 5:42 PM, JM Casey wrote:
Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?


Re: recommendation for cd burning software

Dean Masters
 

CDBurnerXP stopped working on my windows 7 machine a few months ago but someone reccomended anyburn which I reallly like. It will even rip cd's as well as burn. and to create a cd you can have the audio files in different formats instead of them having to be in mp3.

Dean

-----Original Message-----
From: JM Casey
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 5:42 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?


Re: recommendation for cd burning software

JM Casey
 

Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?


Re: recommendation for cd burning software

Steve Matzura
 

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.

On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to burn
Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?

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