I never bothered with time between tracks as I stick to AudioCD "standards." AudioCDs are pretty easy to make (I use CDBURNERXP) and the only setting I tinker with is to burn/record at 2X speed to enhance the compatibility with old CD players.
A tech geek suggested I try iTunes to burn my CDs vs. Windows Media Player because I can control how many seconds I want between tracks. Am I missing some options, or is iTunes not so user-friendly? If I have more tracks than will fit on one CD, it doesn't show the tracks on the tracklist that will be burned to the 2nd CD the way Windows Media Player does. It only has a box that you can acknowledge that says it will use multiple CDs. I didn't find any indicator that the burn was taking place whereas WMP has a colored bar with % symbol. ITunes ejected the CD after the burn but didn't prompt for insertion of Disc 2. How do I determine easily how many tracks will fit on one CD? I tried highlighting 23 tracks on the tracklist but it only burned 13 - I think more could fit. My tracks are .mp3 - I chose "Audio CD" but what is the "MP3 CD" option for? What devices will choosing that option allow you to play the disc on? I thought I came across a place where you could renumber your tracks on the playlist, which might be easier than clicking/dragging, but I can't remember where this option was. I didn't find a search window for topics on the Help menu. Thanks.