I’m looking at recording church services direct to PC soon. I’ve decided dubbing tape to CD is dubious at best from a quality perspective and actually having the audio on a PC in the first place is a much more productive way of making copies of messages (sermons). At some point in the future I’m sure we will get live CD burners and duplicators, but for now I think that this will work really well. In fact, if dubbing direct to PC works well, then why not do that? Why have a Live CD burner if the PC does it just as well. another advantage is having all the audio archived to PC so that fullfilling orders happens alot more quickly. All we need to do is create seperate CD (ISO) files for each message and then anyone on my team can make copies of messages ready for pickup on the weekend.