i don’t think you can do it in itunes, but i’m assuming you can in audacity.
my roommate knows soundforge like the back of his hand, but he has yet to be able to figure out how to do this in audacity.
i’ve got a ton of mixes i want to burn but want them tracked out…
in wavelab i know how to track stuff out in preset increments, like 5 minute tracks, so knowing that would be useful, but i’d also like to know how to track out anywhere i want to (according to when a track comes in, or is by itself, ect.)…
also, once i’ve done this, is there an option when burning in itunes to have no pauses between tracks?..
no, i mean to take a long, let’s say 70 minute mix, and bring it into audacity, and chop it up into individual tracks, then export the tracks into burning software and burn the disc so that you can skip around the mix, and not have it be one long track.
There’s an alternate method that won’t require you to make new files (and take up more space). Make a CUE sheet.
I use Exact Audio Copy (freeware for Windows) to both make and burn CUE sheets, but the method for making them in that program is not very user-friendly (burning is very easy, however). I’m sure there are free programs out there that will make it easier to generate a CUE sheet.