saving multi-track .wavs to CD-R

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saving multi-track .wavs to CD-R

Postby bjorkj02 » Sun Dec 12, 2004 10:13 am

Good day, a client I'm working with has some tracks she recorded in CakeWalk Home Studio 2004. We want to eventually get the tracks into an ADAT for mixing, so I've rented a Fostex VF-160 which can read .wavs from CD-R and has an ADAT lightpipe output. Anyway, I've not had the pleasure of using Cakewalk myself, and she doesn't seem to know how to do this, so I was wondering if anyone could give me advice on how to take the tracks making up a song and save those tracks to a CD-R as .wavs? And also, does each song have to be burned to a different CD-R, or is there a way to burn multiple 8-track songs to a CDR? I'd really appreciate some simple, step by step advice that I could tell her over the phone... Thanks!
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Postby kentothink » Wed Dec 15, 2004 7:39 pm

In Cakewalk Sonar, you can save the files as something called Bundle files and it will contain all the track information that is needed, but you may have trouble fitting it onto a CD-R as these will be big wave files stored in an even bigger file.
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