[ardour-users] TOC file question

Dave Phillips dlphillips at woh.rr.com
Sun Nov 27 05:21:03 PST 2005

Peter Lutek wrote:

> just do this:
> 1. in your ardour session, t "snap to" to cd frames
> 2. drag out ranges in the "range markers" timeline, corresponding to 
> track beginnings/endings -- make sure the first track starts at 0 and 
> the last track marker, the end of audio and the end marker are all at 
> the same place, and snapped to a cd frame.
> 3. open the locations window, and in the bottom half (the range 
> markers portion), check the cd checkboxes for your song range markers, 
> and fill in titles, performers, composers, isrc - note that the 
> overall cd title is taken from the session name
> 4. export the session to a 16-bit wav, making sure the cd marker file 
> type is set to "cue" in the export window.
> 5. do: cdrecord -cuefile=/path/filename.cue -dao  (where filename.cue 
> is the cue file you wrote in the session export)
Hi Peter:

  Thank you very much for the step-by-step. One question more: Is your 
example for a whole set of tracks, for only a single track, or good for 
either ?

  Also, many thanks to the person who pointed out Nick Mainsbridge's 
excellent wiki tutorial on creating TOC/CUE lists with Ardour.

  Rockin' good news...



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