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burning with .cue files?


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I have some audio CDs saves as .ape and .flac files. But the entire CD is one long file. Then I have .cue files. I want to burn audio CDs. How do I do it? Can I do it direct from flac or ape?
I even tried converting them into wav first, but, then I still don't understand how to use the .cue files. Otherwise I guess the whole CD will just be one long track right? I have toast and liquid cd.
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