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I have Toast on my Mac at work and LOOOOVE the manual crossfading you can do with tracks before burning a CD. I can't seem to find any app for my PC at home where I can crossfade each track with as much ease as I can with Toast.

Any know of any PC apps that are like Toast with the manual crossfading abilities?
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I would think Roxio's suite for Windows would be pretty similar to it's Mac offering. Don't know if they have a free trial or not.

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I looked and tried their main PC CD burning app...you can't go in an manually crossfade tracks together before a burn ( (i can't believe I just made a crying smiley..dur)

There's apps like Adobe Audition or Mix Meister where you can set crossfade but it just more of a PITA and not as simple as Toast's crossfading set up.
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Doesn't Nero do most of the things Toast does?

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Yea, when I used a PC I was always using Nero for burning CDs and DVDs.
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I looked and tried their main PC CD burning app...you can't go in an manually crossfade tracks together before a burn

There's apps like Adobe Audition or Mix Meister where you can set crossfade but it just more of a PITA and not as simple as Toast's crossfading set up.
Did you check Roxio's main site and look at their "Creator" series? Link

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Doesn't Nero do most of the things Toast does?
I'm using Nero now for burning...but wish it had that darn manual crossfading feature that Toast has..i can't believe no PC burning programs have that...its usually all automatic crossfading...but I want to control exactly where I want songs to crossfade and how.
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Did you check Roxio's main site and look at their "Creator" series? Link

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I've tried Music Lab...but not Creator...you'd think they'd include the manual crossfading into a PC app.
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