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Date:      Wed, 28 Nov 2012 22:30:36 -0800
From:      Waitman Gobble <gobble.wa@gmail.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   audio CD/CD-TEXT
Message-ID:  <CAFuo_fxYvqnzoUN3j60efzY_4Zn8tD==UD1xifur-vdr1HJhPg@mail.gmail.com>

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Hi,

A girl sent me her CD and it appears that she created a mixed mode
disc with CD-TEXT info of her lyrics. I can't recall playing/noticing
such a disc in the past 10 years so I'm at a loss.

I can dump the audio tracks (cdda2wav) and/or play the audio disc with mplayer.

Anyone with a pointer on how to get at the CD-TEXT info? ie, read the
lyrics. THANKS!


# cd-info /dev/cd0
cd-info version 0.83 amd64-portbld-freebsd9.0
CD location   : /dev/cd0
CD driver name: FreeBSD
   access mode: CAM

Vendor                      : hp
Model                       : CDDVDW SN-208BB
Revision                    : HH01
Hardware                                  : CD-ROM or DVD
__________________________________

Disc mode is listed as: CD-ROM Mixed
CD-ROM Track List (1 - 12)
  #: MSF       LSN    Type   Green? Copy? Channels Premphasis?
  1: 00:02:00  000000 audio  false  no    2        no
  2: 03:51:30  017205 audio  false  no    2        no
  3: 08:25:73  037798 audio  false  no    2        no
  4: 13:10:19  059119 audio  false  no    2        no
  5: 17:19:00  077775 audio  false  no    2        no
  6: 22:24:01  100651 audio  false  no    2        no
  7: 27:24:54  123204 audio  false  no    2        no
  8: 32:41:17  146942 audio  false  no    2        no
  9: 37:41:26  169451 audio  false  no    2        no
 10: 40:48:05  183455 audio  false  no    2        no
 11: 44:18:38  199238 audio  false  no    2        no
 12: 51:36:41  232091 data   false  no
170: 51:42:43  232543 leadout (521 MB raw, 518 MB formatted)
Media Catalog Number (MCN): 0000000000000
TRACK  1 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  2 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  3 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  4 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  5 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  6 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  7 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  8 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK  9 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK 10 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK 11 ISRC: 000000000000
TRACK 12 ISRC: 000000000000
Last CD Session LSN: failed
audio status: no status
volume level port 0: 216 (0..255)  84 (0..100)
volume level port 1: 216 (0..255)  84 (0..100)
volume level port 2:   0 (0..255)   0 (0..100)
volume level port 3:   0 (0..255)   0 (0..100)
__________________________________
CD Analysis Report
Audio CD, CDDB disc ID is 9f0c1c0c
++ WARN: command data missing
cd-info: Found 0 matches in CDDB

CD-TEXT for Disc:
	PERFORMER: Anomie Belle
	TITLE: sleeping patterns
CD-TEXT for Track  1:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: down
CD-TEXT for Track  2:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: how can i be sure
CD-TEXT for Track  3:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: american view
CD-TEXT for Track  4:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: john q public
CD-TEXT for Track  5:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: cascade
CD-TEXT for Track  6:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: greenhouse
CD-TEXT for Track  7:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: bedtime stories
CD-TEXT for Track  8:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: before you leave me
CD-TEXT for Track  9:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: february sun
CD-TEXT for Track 10:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: dox amsterdam
CD-TEXT for Track 11:
	PERFORMER: 	
	TITLE: amy song
CD-TEXT for Track 12:
CD-Plus/Extra
session #2 starts at track 12, LSN: 232091, ISO 9660 blocks: 232190
ISO 9660: 232190 blocks, label `SLEEPING_PATTERNS_LYRICS        '



Something strange, sleeve lists 11 tracks. 12 is identified as data. if i try
# mplayer -cdrom-device /dev/cd0 cdda://12
MPlayer SVN-r35192-4.6.4 (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer Team

Playing cdda://12.
Found audio CD with 12 tracks.

...It sits there for a really, really long time, possibly waiting
until the end of time (but I bailed).
however, when I use cdda2wav to dump all the tracks I get 12 wav files.

# mplayer audio_12.wav
plays a recording of a telephone operator saying "press 9" over and
over again like 50 times maybe.
which is odd because info claims it's txt (?) and i can't ...


Thank you,
Waitman Gobble
San Jose California



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