How Can I Put Music Track Information on My Burned CD

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Putting music track information on your burned CD will actually allow your CD player of choice to display that information as songs play. Find out how you can put music track information on your burned CD with help from an audio engineer in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, what's going on, guys? My name is Joey Biagas, and I'm an audio engineer of a few years now, and today I'm going to show you how to put music track information on to your burned CD. So first you're going to need your burned CD and go ahead and place that in to your computer. All right. And that will take just a second for your computer to recognize it and most importantly iTunes to recognize that. So while that loads up if you haven't loaded up iTunes, go ahead and open that up. Mine is already open here. All right so once the CD is recognized, this window will show up and it will say would you like to import the CD "Decisions" in to your iTunes library. You can hit no for now. All right so what we can do is we can go to the top right corner over here under CD info. Click on that and then the CD info will pop up. From here we can write the information accordingly. So we can write the artist and I'll just write Setting Sunrise and the composer if there's a composer, the album name. My album name is called Decisions. We can even do disc number if there's disc one of two. I'm just going to one of one. I can change the genre to pop/rock if I wanted to. And the year that it was released and if it was a compilation CD or not. And then hit OK. You can even send the information to the Internet and we can select which category it's in and hit OK. And it will let you know the CD information was successfully sent to Gracenote. All right and OK. And that's basically it, guys. There's not much to it. All you have to do is iTunes to write your information accordingly for your burned CD. Now if you do have any other questions, please let us know. Thank you for watching.


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