[ProAudio] 90 Min CRR?

mark whitehouse mark at procopy.com.au
Sat May 2 02:31:21 EDT 2020

In short  probably not in my experience Jim
Our Suppliers of replicated product stopped overburning some time back.
Usually max out about 79:50 if I push them
Haven't found CDR stock at 90minutes for a long time
Will be interested to see how you go
as I still transfer a lot of cassettes to CD and have to use 2 with any
content over 80 minutes


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On Sat, May 2, 2020 at 3:31 PM Jim Brown via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com>

> I haven't mastered a CD for at least 15 years, and I've got an informal
> project (a 1956 Kenton concert in Berlin) that runs just short of 90
> minutes. When I was last mastering actively (informally for jazz
> collectors) I used CDRWin and 80 min blanks from a vendor I trusted.
> Suggestions for my current project? Old vendor is probably long gone.
> And are the 90 min burns likely to be playable on consumer players?
> Jim Brown
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