This article is from the CD-Recordable FAQ, by Andy McFadden (firstname.lastname@example.org) with numerous contributions by others.
Some useful web pages. Don't forget about the newsgroups, listed in
Mike Richter's collection of files and URLs related to CD-R.
Information about CDs and CD-Rs, especially technology and industry
Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA); see the CD-R Q&A doc
Lots of useful information on CD-R.
Cinram's (was Disc Manufacturing, Inc.'s) technical library. Used
to have more stuff. A few articles remain.
Information and FAQs from the alt.cd-rom group.
Highly technical paper on CDs.
Technical discussion of CD construction and laser tracking.
Very nice explanation of how CDs work.
A bunch of good stuff.
Information on CDD2600 and CDD3610 recorders.
The "Orange Forum" web page. (CD-R is "Orange Book".) Very artistic.
A few articles on various subjects relating to studio-quality audio
Home Recording Rights Coalition (some good legal stuff).
The Media Sciences web site; good technical info.
CD-ROM section of the Repair FAQ (http://www.repairfaq.org/). Lots
of good technical info on CD stuff, as well as how to fix things
when they break.
Several articles on CD-R (a/k/a www.esware.net/empire/hardware).
News and information on CD recording.
Some useful info about CD-R.
[Polish] General CD-R info.
Some practical advice and experiences with CD-R, including a lengthy
discussion on transferring audio recordings from other sources.
News and information for people in the CD/DVD duplication industry.