Using the appropriate workstation


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Using the appropriate workstation

If you've ever tried to export a number of songs from your normal digital audio workstation timeline, you know that what you get is a single large file instead of individual song files, like what we're used to on a CD. That's because you need a special editing workstation for making CDs that does what's know as PQ subcode editing. PQ subcodes control the track location and running time aspects of a CD, enable the CD player to know how many tracks are present, where they are, how long they are, and when to change from one track to another.

Editing software applications like Waveburner, Audio Architect, Peak, Wavelab, DSP-Quattro and Sound Forge, all have the ability to place these codes as needed. When the CD was first developed, it had 8 subcodes labeled P to W, and there were a lot of uses intended for them, they just never came to pass. Today the only subcodes used are P and Q, but these contain other information like ISRC and UPC codes and CD text, all of which we will cover in f...

Using the appropriate workstation
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Using the appropriate workstation provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mastering Techniques

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Audio + Music
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iTunes Pro Tools
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