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Best Program To Edit Music CDs?

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by sheparddog, Jul 25, 2010.

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  1. sheparddog

    sheparddog Thread Starter

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    I want to be able to add and mix songs that I have downloaded to my PC and burn them on CDs.
    The problem is they are at different volume levels. I would also like to add a cross-fade between songs.
    That's all! I dont need a lot of extra editing capability. I just want to be able to drag songs into a box and have the volume adjusted. Real Player could do this years ago, but now it is so bloated, I dont even want to think about Real Player.
    Help!
    Any suggested programs.... free, or I am willing to pay or suscribe!
    thanks for any suggestions.
     
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    :D Is Free and fully automatic OK :D
    Put them in a MP3 format .. Then run This freeware ..
    To normalize the volume .. Single file or a whole folder full.

    Audacity is great for removing unwanted leading or trailing dead space, noise, adding tracks .. (and a bunch more) ..
    on single audio files
     
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  5. sheparddog

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    thank you!
     
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    thanks!
     
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