mp3 2 wav/cda

Ryan Mann rmann at
Fri Aug 9 15:43:51 EDT 2002

You don't have to convert the waves to CDR format if you use Cdrecord to
make the CD.  You can just do something like cdrecord dev=1,0
speed=what_ever_speed -audio *.wav.

On Fri, 9 Aug 2002, Scott Howell wrote:

> Yes, exactly what I wanted on the first step. I now realize I need to
> use sox to finish the job of converting the wav file to the cdr format
> that audio cd players like so well. This does seem like a lengthy
> process, but that just means I'll have to devise a script unless someone
> has one I can look over. I got a few tunes to do. I'm thinking that
> maybe I'll make a sample disc to see if this works and if not then I'll
> know I am doing something wrong. I imagine there's no way for me to take
> the cdr file and play it before frying up a tasty disc that might not
> turn out to be anything, but some new sonic pain generater ay?
> tnx
> Scott
> On Fri, Aug 09, 2002 at 01:42:15PM -0500, Gregory Nowak wrote:
> > If I understand correctly, you have mp3 files that you want to convert to wav.
> >
> > The way I do it with mpg123 is "mpg123 -w file.wav file.mp3".
> > Greg
> >
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