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    I can't seem to get rid of the Pause between tracks when I try to record a seamless mix from CD. I've tried Nero, Musicmatch, and Windows Media Player. Any suggestions of a program that will do what I need? The above mentioned do not do justice to my music. I prefer Freeware, but any suggestions would be appreciated, as my stand alone CD recorder is down at this time.

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    cdrdao is the best for gapless audio burning. There's a howto at the home page of the app. Completely free.

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    In Nero, right click on the track, select properties and change the Pause from 2 seconds to 0. Do this with all tracks then burn as normal. By default it gives you a 2 second pause between tracks.
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  4. Do what he said, I did this all the time.
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    Originally Posted by Richard_G
    In Nero, right click on the track, select properties and change the Pause from 2 seconds to 0.
    I've never succeded this whithout a slight (but noticable) moment of silence between tracks.

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    session at once - closed

    Keep in mind that with a live concert CD that was designed to run through with no audio breaks between songs....session at once/disc at once was designed to replicate this type of disc.
    Taking individual songs will result in a slight pause no matter what you do....short of editing the beginning and end silence off of each song then joining them together prior to burning.
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    Nero Express just tick no pause between tracks
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    've never succeded this whithout a slight (but noticable) moment of silence between tracks.
    That's because there is a slight silence on the actual lead and out of the audio track itself. You would have to cut those parts out in an audio editing software and re encode to a new file. Then you could tell Nero or whatever to not put a gap between songs.

    Actually unless they are all the same Key or Tempo beats/per/second it would not be such a smooth trasition even without any silence gaps. A perfect mix would blend in pitch
    ( Key Signature ) and beat or tempo so it would amoothly transition for song to song just like at a good disco.
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    ...or a live recording (which is what I've used it for).

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    I'm not familiar with Nero but what you want is Disc At Once or DAO.
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    Are your source files mp3? Mp3 encoders are not sample accurate. I have found that they add about 4000 samples to the original file. At nearly a tenth of a second this delay is quite noticeable.
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