how should i properly burn cd's when using cdj's
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    Default how should i properly burn cd's when using cdj's

    i've only used an actual cdj once and my cd's didn't work right.
    i'm playing a festival soon but i'll have to use cdj 1000 mkII's so i was wondering how i should properly burn my cd's

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    If you want to be sure: Get some good quality CD-R discs (Verbatims are my favourite), burn the tracks in audio CD format, use slow speed (4-8x writing speed) and leave 2s gap between songs. All CDJ-1000 models are really robust for audio CDs, but data CD-R with mp3s can be a bit problematic.

    Test the disc after burning in a regular CD-player, check that the first and the last tracks play normally (skip through the last track quickly to see that the track plays normally and is not cut off).

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    burn as .wav
    listen/check
    play
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    use a good quality cdr if you can to help reduce problems also

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