I've been playing around with editing AIFFs in Sound Studio and had a question I was hoping someone could help me with. I was trying to take one large AIFF, an hour long continuous track, and split it into 2 30-minute parts. I cut the last half of the AIFF file off, then pasted it into a new file and called it "Part 2". Playing the 2 parts back to back results in the complete track. I was hoping this would be an easy way to essentially make a seamless trackmarker on an audio CD. As opposed to having 1 long, 60-minute track, I was trying to make a trackmarker of sorts in the middle of the CD for easy scanning. I then tried burning both parts onto a disc, using DAO, no 2-second gaps, yet even though the AIFF files should run seamlessly into each other, from track 1 to track 2, the disc hiccups for a brief fraction of a second when the second track starts. I never had a problem doing this before on Windows. Many times I would split up aa long WAV file, then burn the 2 parts onto an audio CD, creating a continuous mix, yet with a nice seamless trackmarker in the middle. The track transition was totally unnoticeable. Any ideas how I can get rid of this annoying gap of silence? As I said, I am using Sound Studio, and was using Toast Titanium to burn the compilation. I had DAO and 0 second gaps. Any help would be appreciated!