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emagic waveburner (2001)

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geforceg4:

http://www.emusician.com/gear/1332/emagic-waveburner-pro-20/32212
http://tapeop.com/reviews/gear/26/waveburner-pro-audio-cd-mastering-software/

anyone have experience with this?

MacTron:
... oops!
We completely forgot to add this one to the downloads.
... this would be fixed soon.  ;)

Anyway, Waveburner is only useful for a task: when you have to burn a big audio file and it need to be splitted on to CD Audio tracks without actually splitting the file.

DieHard:
This is a great App. for CD Project Burning.

It was included with Logic Studio V2 (Logic Pro 9); then was mysteriously ripped out of the Apple Download version of Logic Pro 9.  This bummed a bunch of users out, but it was done since it's stability on anything higher than 10.6 was an issue and Apple did not want to fix things to make it compatible.  So again, prices lowered for the masses... and the big picture was "Ahh... CD Burning... who listens to audio CDs anyway" and "Yeah... we are removing optical drives from our new macs anyway"

DieHard:
Lastly, a modern "Wave Burner" alternative and probably the Best CD burning software for Musicians is...

http://www.dsp-quattro.com/dspquattro/Site/DSP-Quattro.html

DSP-Quattro was created from the same guy  Stefano Daino in Italy who programmed "Spark" under OS 9 !

Hands down, it has the best features, power, and ease of use (but also complex features) of ANY Audio Burning applications with full plugin support for Spectrum Analyzers and EQs, etc 

Protools5LEGuy:

--- Quote from: MacTron on August 25, 2016, 08:59:50 AM ---

Anyway, Waveburner is only useful for a task: when you have to burn a big audio file and it need to be splitted on to CD Audio tracks without actually splitting the file.

--- End quote ---

Usefull enought. Did it supported ASIO or plugs?


--- Quote from: DieHard on August 25, 2016, 09:24:39 AM ---This is a great App. for CD Project Burning.

It was included with Logic Studio V2 (Logic Pro 9); then was mysteriously ripped out of the Apple Download version of Logic Pro 9.  This bummed a bunch of users out, but it was done since it's stability on anything higher than 10.6 was an issue and Apple did not want to fix things to make it compatible.  So again, prices lowered for the masses... and the big picture was "Ahh... CD Burning... who listens to audio CDs anyway" and "Yeah... we are removing optical drives from our new macs anyway"

--- End quote ---

Yeah, it had several OS X versions, but it had its roots on OS 9.

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