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SkylineUK
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I just used the Project page to compile a set of tracks into a CD. All went well except at the end when I burned the CD and then played it in WMP the track names were all missing - it just lists track numbers. I put all the track names in the relevant place on the Project page so why were they ignored?

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This is normal with most CD burning software. Only certain players will show the track names of actual Audio CDs and if you're looking for Media Player or WMP to show them, you have to register your CD with some company (not sure which).

Test this out. If you pop in a Commercial CD and remove your computer from any internet connection, you may see only track numbers on that too.

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themuzic wrote:This is normal with most CD burning software. Only certain players will show the track names of actual Audio CDs and if you're looking for Media Player or WMP to show them, you have to register your CD with some company (not sure which).

Test this out. If you pop in a Commercial CD and remove your computer from any internet connection, you may see only track numbers on that too.



You want to register your cd with gracenote, and its easier than you think. It can all be done in itunes for free believe it or not.

With itunes open, put your disc in the drive (make sure it is a disc burned as a redbook cd, not just 10 mp3s on a disc). Before you import anything, browse to the disc in the drive, and enter all the meta data for each song, album name, etc in the itunes gui. When done, in the same screen, highlight all songs on the disc and rt click. There is an option on that menu to upload information to gracenote. Give it about 24hrs, and the disc is now in the online database, and anyone anywhere will have the song/album info auto populated.

Most pc based media players reference gracenote to populated this information. It will also reflect album art/lyrics, etc if that information is added. Cant confirm 100%, but i believe this process also flows over to services like soundhound and shazaam.
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matthewgorman wrote:
themuzic wrote:This is normal with most CD burning software. Only certain players will show the track names of actual Audio CDs and if you're looking for Media Player or WMP to show them, you have to register your CD with some company (not sure which).

Test this out. If you pop in a Commercial CD and remove your computer from any internet connection, you may see only track numbers on that too.



You want to register your cd with gracenote, and its easier than you think. It can all be done in itunes for free believe it or not.

With itunes open, put your disc in the drive (make sure it is a disc burned as a redbook cd, not just 10 mp3s on a disc). Before you import anything, browse to the disc in the drive, and enter all the meta data for each song, album name, etc in the itunes gui. When done, in the same screen, highlight all songs on the disc and rt click. There is an option on that menu to upload information to gracenote. Give it about 24hrs, and the disc is now in the online database, and anyone anywhere will have the song/album info auto populated.

Most pc based media players reference gracenote to populated this information. It will also reflect album art/lyrics, etc if that information is added. Cant confirm 100%, but i believe this process also flows over to services like soundhound and shazaam.


Thanx for backing me up man! I wasn't sure what the site was.

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Cheers guys.
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themuzic wrote:
matthewgorman wrote:
themuzic wrote:This is normal with most CD burning software. Only certain players will show the track names of actual Audio CDs and if you're looking for Media Player or WMP to show them, you have to register your CD with some company (not sure which).

Test this out. If you pop in a Commercial CD and remove your computer from any internet connection, you may see only track numbers on that too.



You want to register your cd with gracenote, and its easier than you think. It can all be done in itunes for free believe it or not.

With itunes open, put your disc in the drive (make sure it is a disc burned as a redbook cd, not just 10 mp3s on a disc). Before you import anything, browse to the disc in the drive, and enter all the meta data for each song, album name, etc in the itunes gui. When done, in the same screen, highlight all songs on the disc and rt click. There is an option on that menu to upload information to gracenote. Give it about 24hrs, and the disc is now in the online database, and anyone anywhere will have the song/album info auto populated.

Most pc based media players reference gracenote to populated this information. It will also reflect album art/lyrics, etc if that information is added. Cant confirm 100%, but i believe this process also flows over to services like soundhound and shazaam.


Thanx for backing me up man! I wasn't sure what the site was.


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StarTech EC13942 34mm Expresscard
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16839158010&Tpk=startech%20EC13942
S1Pro V2 (Special Dog Balls Edition), Melodyne Editor, Nomad Factory Studio Bundle, Waves Renaissance Bundle, Firestudio Tube, Faderport, Monitor Station, HP4 Headphone Amp Yamaha HS50 Monitors.
Shure Mics (57's, 58's, and a 1953 Unidyne), Various AKG, Various MXL Ribbon Mics.

1974 P-Bass, 1990 Jazz, 1985 Guild B302, Ampeg SVT with 4x10x15 cabinet

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