Using the Regions and CD Tracks Lists

The Regions and CD Tracks lists are shown, by default, in the center of the lower section of WaveBurner’s interface. It contains two tabbed windows that display, and allow you to edit, information for individual regions or tracks.

Note: The appearance and position of the Regions and CD Tracks lists can be reconfigured to meet your needs. See Customizing the Interface.

Regions List

You add and organize your project’s regions in the Regions list. Regions are displayed chronologically (in time order) from top to bottom. When you select a region in the Regions list, the corresponding region is also selected in the Wave View area. See Working with Regions.

Figure. Regions list.

The Regions list displays the following information about each region:

  • Number

  • Start time

  • Title

  • Length

  • The Effects bypass state is indicated by a checkbox. When checked, the effect is active and when unchecked, the effect is bypassed.

  • Comment

  • Markers for the region can be hidden or shown by clicking the triangle at the far left.

To add a region to the list
Do one of the following:
  • Click the Import button at the top left of the Regions list. Choose the file in the dialog and click Open. Click Cancel to abort the operation.

  • Choose File > Import Audio File or use Command-F. Choose the file in the dialog and click Open. Click Cancel to abort the operation.

  • Click the Import button on the toolbar. Choose the file in the dialog and click Open. Click Cancel to abort the operation.

  • Drag the file from the Finder.

To move or copy a region
Do one of the following:
  • Drag the audio file icon in the first column up or down the list.

  • Option-drag a region name to copy the region.

To change the time information display
Do one of the following:
  • Click the arrow menu in the upper-right corner of the Regions list and choose the preferred option from the Time Format pop-up menu.

  • To determine how the time display of markers is shown: Activate the Relative menu item to display relative values (elapsed time since track start), or deactivate the menu item to display absolute values (elapsed time since CD start).

CD Tracks List

The CD Tracks list displays the track order as it will appear on the CD and shows information about each track. See Working with Tracks.

Figure. CD Tracks list.

The CD Tracks list includes the following information for each track:

  • Number

  • Start time

  • Title

  • Length

  • Copy Protection state (SCMS)

  • Pre-emphasis state (PE)

  • ISRC code

  • Pause start time

  • Comments

  • Markers for the track can be hidden or shown by clicking the triangle at the far left.

To change the time information display
Do one of the following:
  • Click the arrow menu in the upper-right corner of the CD Tracks list and choose the preferred option from the Time Format pop-up menu.

  • To determine how the time display of markers is shown: Activate the Relative menu item to display relative values (elapsed time since track start), or deactivate the menu item to display absolute values (elapsed time since CD start).