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Logic Studio apps Waveburner

Discussion in 'MainStage' started by pfloyd714714, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. pfloyd714714

    pfloyd714714 Senior member

    Waveburner seems to have perished. Most comments I've read are in the "Who uses it, anyway?" vein.

    Well, from time to time I do. Waveburner has two functions of which I'm fond. First, I can sequence a series of songs into an "old fashioned cd" [can't believe I just typed that], set the pause lengths/crossover fades between songs, set the "flags" which indicate to a cd player when a song begins, and then burn it. Also, I can use Waveburner to encode the songs on the cd so that iTunes can get song titles and artist info from the Gracenote database.

    Any ideas as to what I should plan to use when I upgrade Logic and Waveburner is a memory?

  3. Multispace

    Multispace Member

    Hi Jim,
    If you would buy/download Logic Pro now, Waveburner is not part of it, but if you have bought the boxed version (Logic Studio), it's just there in the Application folder.

    Rumor has it that Waveburner will be integrated in Logic Pro X. How about that!

    I use Waveburner for exactly the same reason as you do, to burn CD's with multiple tracks and then to be able to apply crossfades etc.

  4. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Assuming you already own Waveburner as part of Logic Studio or Logic Studio II, you should be able to continue to use this for some time. Concerning alternatives, I have both Wavelab and Samplitude (Samplitude is Windows only). Both are very powerful Applications in their own right, offering a lot more besides CD writing, they may in fact be overkill.

    kind regards

  5. chrisb

    chrisb New Member

  6. pfloyd714714

    pfloyd714714 Senior member

    Thanks to all of you who replied. I do own Logic Studio, which I why I'm able to use Waveburner now. It would be great if its functionalities were built into future versions of Logic. If not, I can always explore the options listed above.

    Thanks again,

  7. doofus

    doofus Member

    Bias Peak

  8. mk3

    mk3 Senior member

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