[PlanetCCRMA] Audio CD burning

Joseph Dell'Orfano fullgo@dellorfano.net
Tue Aug 10 18:27:01 2004

Gnome toaster works well for burning audio CDs. 

-Joe D

On Tue, 2004-08-10 at 15:20, Jonathan Segel wrote:
> >
> >
> >>  2) Is it possible to make XCD Roast burn audio CDs from wav files on
> >  > the hard drive, and if so, how?
> though in FC1 xcdroast runs in root mode only, it says to use as user 
> it needs to have the "full version" installed or something like that.
> >  > 4) What sound card will give Linux drivers, and enable me to have
> >>  SPDIF in and out with Analogue sound in and out and professional
> >>  sound quality? It looks as if RME are the only business to give full
> >>  support to Linux, but I have seen emails from people having trouble
> >  > with even their cards. Are RME's Linux drivers reliable?
> >
> >Yes. With a few caveats, most of the problems I've heard about are when
> >using the RME cards with laptops, the pcmcia chipset can be a problem.
> >Also, sometimes RME will release a new version of the card and it will
> >take a while for the new pci id to be supported by ALSA.
> note: latest alsa drivers/libs/firmware seem to have fixed this. i no 
> longer have any problems with running cardbus rme-multiface on my 
> laptop.