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We buy some accompaniment tracks online and download. They are mp3 files. In windows I would use media player, just drag them to make a cd and they just work in the player. In Ubuntu I have been using a sound converter to make them wav files and then using k3b to burn them.
Question is, is there a better/easier way? If command line is fastest I am not afraid of it
jkirchner, I've always thought that K3B should have the "New Project" item under the "Project" menu, not under the "File" menu. That seems more intuitive (that is, easier to remember and more difficult to overlook) to me than how it's presently set up.
That's pretty much the only criticism I have about K3B.
Thanks frankbell. I do like k3b and checked, and silly me, it was there all along. Just brain melting down I think. I am getting ready to just drop windows and am ironing out the last bits of little things.