I ran into a curious problem the other day with Toast and AIFF files, and was wondering if anyone else had encountered this or might know what is going on. Basically, I wanted to burn a large MP3 (1-hour DJ set, 90 MB) onto an audio CD. So, I imported the file into Sound Studio, edited it up a little, inserted some markers, and then went split by markers to break up the file into tracks, essentially, as I did not want one large 60-minute track. So, I ended up with 6 separate AIFF audio files, which when burned using DAO, would fit perfectly together with seamless trackmarkers - I've done it before, no problems at all. Now heres the problem I ran into. In Toast I selected to burn an audio CD, and dragged the 6 AIFF files into it. I selected DAO, etc., and removed all the 2-second gaps. However, when I hit the burn button, Toast first analyzed the files, as if not recognizing them, then added in 2-second gaps between each track and burned the CD incorrectly! I then did a test, whereby I used simulation mode first, and the same thing happened. However, once the simulated burn was complete, I could then go and remove the 2-second gaps once again that Toast had put in there, and the CD would burn fine, the way it was supposed to! Also, the icons for the files would change, from a Sound Studio/AIFF icon to a Toast icon. So does anyone have any ideas why Toast doesnt seem to recognize raw audio files and burn them properly when audio disc is selected? (Or at least, not before a simluation is ran?) Any input would be appreciated, as I found this quite perplexing.