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Java cd burning code

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I have seen that sun has some classes for working with cd's. Do any of you know of some java cd burning code that I could interface with. I want to be able to create a program that will create wav audio files place them in tracks and pass that to code to burn the cd. Is this possible?
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As far as I know, on Linux you could easily add a Java front-end to the cdrecord command. Whatever you do, your implementation is definitely going to be platform-specific.
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Please proceed with that recommendation.
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