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3-38] How do I cover up a bad audio track on a CD-R?




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This article is from the CD-Recordable FAQ, by Andy McFadden (fadden@fadden.com) with numerous contributions by others.

3-38] How do I cover up a bad audio track on a CD-R?

(1998/09/11)

You don't. With a CD-ROM you could use multisession writes to hide
unwanted data, but you can't create multisession audio CDs. (Well, you can
create them, but nothing outside of a CD-ROM drive will be able to play the
tracks outside the first session.)

On CD-RW media, it might be possible to overwrite an individual track. You
would need software that supported this capability. Erasing the disc and
starting over is probably easier.


 

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