Making CD Tracks Using Sound Forge (I record and edit in Soundforge, but put on Tracks in Nero)

 

Put markers ‘m’ where you want the track IDs/splits, make sure to put a marker at the start and end of the file too. then use ‘convert markers to regions’, and ‘export markers to regions’… I can’t remember exactly what menus those commands are under, but you’ll find them. This just splits your big file into individual files. That’s the way I used to do it. Kind of a pain so we do it differently now with a software called “Nero”. But I’m always going to tell you the cheapest way to do things so I don’t waste your money. Cheapest is not always easiest.

Here’s a link to another way from a DJ site:

http://www.waxpilots.net/features/36-beginners-guides/59-how-to-cut-dj-mixes-into-separate-tracks-with-sound-forge-and-cd-architect

Another good article

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/cd-burning-differences-between-track-disc-at-once.html

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