So I've got one long mp3. A mix of tracks of over an hour so without breaks. I'd like to burn then on an audio cd. But with the accompanying cue file. The cue file is there so that when played on a cd player, I could skip to individual tracks or segments of the mix. Couldn't split the mp3 up cause that would cause breaks. It should either be played continuously, or when on cd skipping to cue markers which are set in that cue sheet file. But how can I do that on a Mac? I've heard that in Nero e.g. on windows that's easily done. But so far I can't find software yet which does it on a Mac. Toast e.g. only excepts bin/cue files to burn. Not mp3/cue combinations. I want to burn the entire single mp3 file as an audio cd, but add the cue file to make the mp3 skippable as if the audio cd had individual tracks. Is there any such burning software on a Mac which can do that?