Making Audio Discs : Making an Audio CD
Making an Audio CD
This disc can be played in most home or car stereo CD players, set-top DVD players, and computers. This is similar to a standard commercial CD you can purchase in music stores. This is the best choice for playback in a CD player.
* To make an Audio CD
1 In Toast, choose Burn tab, and in the Burn Audio area, choose Audio CD.
2 In the Output Settings area, type a title, choose a format, set your destination and number of copies.
3 Enable the Add CD-TEXT check box if you want to write CD-TEXT information onto the audio CD. If your recorder can write CD-TEXT and your CD player can display CD-TEXT, you will see this information during playback.
4 Add audio files to the disc by dragging and dropping them into the Content Area from your hard disk or the Media Browser.
You can add crossfades, trim tracks, adjust levels, and set pauses between tracks, as well as preview, rearrange, rename and remove tracks from the Content Area. See Working with Crossfades and Working With Tracks.
5 Insert a blank, recordable CD.
Note: Most home and car stereo CD players have better compatibility with CD-R media than CD-RW (rewritable) media.
6 Click the red Burn button at the bottom right of the Toast window.
Toast displays a progress bar and status information as it records your disc.