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Is there an easy way (or easy prog) to burn audio cd? I tried to make copy of some audio cd and I find very annoying to convert tracks into wav on my HD before burning it on a CD.
Is there an easier way?
Ps: I have only a burner, so I can't use copy-on-the-fly.
This does not seems to work, Acid. I don't think it is possible to make an image of an audio cd with dd.
It gives me something like :
input record : 0
output record : 0
(don't remember the exact "error" message, I'm at job right now so I can't give you the real... however I tried this before and it gives a message saying "nothing" have been copied and a 0 KB image.)