Thank you for your admirably quick response to my query. You prompted me to
try one of the CDs I've made on all three stand-alone CD players in my house
(they all play shop-bought CDs perfectly).
One, I have already described.
The second would not recognise the disc as a CD at all, but I've had that
problem with that player and other home-made CDs before.
The third played it perfectly and stopped at the end.
Obviously, these CDs are 99% where I'd like them to be, and perhaps that's
the best I'll do? Any further observation you have would be welcomed.
----- Original Message -----
To: "David Payne" <david.payne40@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2006 8:21 AM
Subject: Re: [Audacity-help] What am I doing wrong?
> | From David Payne
> | Wed, 15 Nov 2006 16:02:03 -0000
> | Subject: [Audacity-help] What am I doing wrong?
> | I have the iTTUSB USB turntable and Audacity software and, after a
> | gliches - mostly caused by not reading the manual properly - I'm
> | there.
> | My one remaining problem is in burning the .WAV file to CD using
> | Media Player. The CD plays through perfectly well, but when it
> | the end it cycles back to an earlier track. This doesn't happen with
> | files captured in other ways.
> Does your CD player do the same when you put a CD you buy in the shops
> in it? Is it a standalone CD player?
> Gale Andrews
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> Tested on: 11/16/2006 8:21:47 AM