Cassette to CD

There has to be a tutorial on this, but my ignorance as to what it is called is showing. After I have recorded a cassette of, say 15 songs, how do I edit the track to allow my CD player(s) to be able to advance song-by-song?

There are two ways to do it.

A burning program like ImgBurn can use a single WAV file (or a WAV file for each side of the CD/LP, etc.) with a [u]cue sheet[/u] to set the track-marker times. (This is the way to go if you’ve got a “live” recording and you don’t want silence between tracks.)

Or, you can create separate WAV files for each track before burning. I think ImgBurn still wants a cue sheet, but I’m not sure, and there are other audio CD burning programs that don’t need a cue sheet for this.

[u]Here is a tutorial[/u] that may help with some of the details. (I assume you know that Audacity can’t do the actual CD burning.)