[linux-audio-user] Creating live CDs

Sampo Savolainen v2 at iki.fi
Mon Jun 28 15:40:11 EDT 2004


Hello

You can make a .toc with gcdmaster, and then burn it either with
gcdmaster or from the command line with the wonderful cdrdao.

 Sampo

On Mon, 2004-06-28 at 22:28, lau at hippie-online.de wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'd like to know if there is a tool to create live CDs under Linux.
> 
> I recorded lots of live concerts from the radio or of my own bands with
> a DAT recorder. I use the M-Audio Audiophile 24/96, ALSA 1.0.3 and
> ecasound to  copy the 48 kHz tapes onto my harddisk:
> 
>  ecasound -c -r -b 512 -f:16,2,48000 -i alsa,ice1712_spdif -o file.wav
> 
> I use Audacity to amplify, normalize, cut and fade in/out. For
> downsampling I use sox:
> 
>  sox file.wav -r 44100 file44.wav polyphase
> 
> (So far: Do you have better solutions concerning quality?)
> 
> Now my problem is to burn the resulting file onto an Audio CD with track
> markers and CD-text. I am not aware of a Linux program to do this (and
> still have to dual boot for Feurio :-( ).
> 
> Does anybody know a suitable tool?
> 
> Ciao,
>  HippiE



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