Burning Regions

I’ve been working on a big 30+ minute mix, developing it in several tools. So far I’ve been dragging the final mixdown wav into Sound Forge, splitting the regions into separate files and then burning all the files separately. This seemed slightly more labor intensive than it needed to be. (I reached for the “burn region to track feature” in Sound Forge, but it’s not there — presumably because that would obsolesce CD Architect.)

The better way to do it comes from Nero [via the Sony Pictures forums]:

Ahead’s Nero (not express) will recognize SF markers so you do not have to extract and make separate files.
Just add your file(s) to Nero, go to Edit> Properties. (or double click file) Selecet Indexes Limits Split > > Split at Index positions. Make sure the pause time is set to 00:00 in Track Properties if you do not want pauses. Burn CD using Disc-At-Once mode.

I use MusicMatch for burning but I couldn’t find this “Split at Index positions” feature. It may be time to switch.