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Hello to all,

I love this software. I use it for burn my CD Audio. I have a problem, burning from Hi-Res audio it add a white noise on background you can hear il the sound level is low. On classic and jazz music you can hear immediately. It can be possible that the algorithm for to resample at 44.1 Khz @ 16Bit  the file before to burn is not accurate ?

How I can solve this problem ?

Thanks in advance.

Stefano

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I checked the conversion, but it seems fine to me. After converting, the resulting WAV track sounds perfectly fine. Then after burning to the disc, it's fine without noise. Do you possibly have any other settings like Replay Gain active?

Also, can you check the WAV file CDBurnerXP generates? To do so, start burning the disc while no disc is inserted. While CDBurnerXP is prompting you to insert one, check the %temp%\TempRips folder for a WAV file. It should be the track you just started burning with the correct bitrate. Does this file sound OK?

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Dear Floele,

thanks for you reply.

I have check the file on temp folder. It is exactly the same of burned and it have the problem of white noise start from beginning.

You can download here:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BqJA6kMZUO-BesMyliaSyUSujiqoY4eU

The white noise is at -80 db. You can see on attached screenshot.

Then I have convert to 16 Bit @44.1 Khz using TAudio converter :-)  and it is perfect. No noise. Of course if you burn this CD is perfect.

Free program is here: https://www.fosshub.com/TAudioConverter.html

You can download song converted here:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FgAQ9Q73ZCEDSN3NPM5hh3WtbEuP7LPw

Attached the analysis of this file too.

Regards

Stefano

 

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That is strange, the conversion should work the same way on your PC as it does on mine.

Are you using the ReplayGain volume adjustment in CDBurnerXP?

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