March 29th, 2004, 01:23 PM #1
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CD/DVD burning software (is it possible?)
Fellow Audio/Video enthusiasts,
Is it possible for CD burning software to actually improve the quality of the sound of the music youíre recording? I recently downloaded a product called Blaze Media Pro. and I swear that the sounds are cleaner, with better separation and tone. Unfortunately for me I find the software a little to involved and confusing and I am having trouble finding some of the little things I liked about other software (Itís also frozen on me a couple of times). Anyway if you have found a Software that you like that burns CDís and DVDís, thatís easy to understand and use and seems to improve the quality like I stated above. Please share with me itís name, where you found it, and an approximate price.
Thanks & God Bless
March 30th, 2004, 11:32 AM #2
CD-rw drives such as the Yamaha F1, now discontinued, claim to have an enhanced media recording mode that is supposed to give you better quality audio cd's close to professional quality.
As for software, it is possible for different programs to use different software decoders which could effect the quality of the music. However there is no program that can reliably add quality to a sound file that is not already there. Some programs use different effects to make the music sound different and subjectively better. Or it might be that it just suits your current set up properly.
In short there is nothing that can really replace a good quality sound source when it comes to burning audio cd's.
Not used many apps for burning I hear that Feurio is one of the best apps for recording audio cd's however it is not perhaps the most intuative or user friendly.
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