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I have been using various distros of Linux for many years, but I have always needed to run back to Windows when working with certain software. I was wondering with the many advances in multimedia software for Linux if there was an equivalent or similar package as the CD Architect software for Windows. This software allows you to mix and edit tracks and then burn the resulting compilation (complete with track information) to a CD.
I have found that programs like Amarok in conjunction with K3B allow me to burn audio CDs but without all of the track editing ability that I have with the CD Architect software. I can always use Audacity to edit tracks to a certain point, but it isn't quite as accurate as the editing and cross fading abilities of CD Architect...
Are there any All-In-One programs in Linux that would allow this functionality?
I would love to be able to move all of my multimedia needs over to Linux completely, but there are still a few strings pulling me back to Windows...
Any suggestions or leads would be greatly appreciated.