Recording To 2 Or More Drives Simultaneously

Posted on 2003-03-04
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Last Modified: 2010-04-26
Im sure that this is an easy question for someone, i am trying to design a system by which i can record to 5 CD-R drives at once to record cd's from seminars of which i do the sound for.
I have looked at disc juggler and it seems that i need to have a scsi system to make it work.
it is prefereble that i can do it without scsi as it is quite expensive. any ideas? or any programs?
Question by:KaOs1908
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rrhunt28 earned 200 total points
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There are burner programs out there that support multiple drives, just make sure you get one.  The reason you will probably want to go scsi is the fact that you would have to use extra IDE controllers to get 5 drives to work on the computer.  And one other thing, the scsi might cost alittle more, but it will be much better performance.  The scsi drives do not take up computer recorces like IDE do.  I think one of the programs I saw was called Click and Burn.  Just do a search on google you should find a few. Good luck.

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