Note: The Save As Wave feature is available in the CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe product. For details on purchasing a CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe license click here.
Place the CD, that you would like mixed, into your CD-ROM.
Click on the icon.
The Save As Wave feature is in the Secondary output options section.
Leave the Format: settings at the default settings, which are 44,100 Hz, 16-bit, Stereo.
In the Filename/Prefix text box add the prefix for the filename. For this example simply type "MixedCD".
Click on the Set... button.
Navigate to where you would like to save the Wave files.
Click on the Save button.
Make sure that the Pause when nothing is playing and Split into tracks options are selected.
Click on the Start button.
Click on the button. As CD Scratch plays, the tracks will be recorded into a series of wave files.
You will need to click on the Stop after you have finished recording.
Your Wave files are now ready to be imported into your CD burning software.
Hot tip: When you burn a CD with your burning software, make sure you use disk at once mode and that there are no 2 second silence pauses set between the tracks. This is useful for many applications, but especially for preparing your own non-stop mix CDs.
Note: Even if CD Scratch happened to skip due to a system hold up, it is likely the wave file will still write correctly as it has an extra buffer.
Recording 's output (Save As Wave)