go into the Preferences and under the Playback tab, put a check mark in the "Crossfade Playback" and set the time to 0.
Pick a couple of tracks and play them. I found that it went straight from one track to the other without a pause. Any pause that did show up was later proved to be on the track to begin with.
Let us know if this works for you
OK, so I have a fair amount of music that continues seamlessly from track to track. Now that I've ripped my music library, I'm finding that the iPod adds a slight pause in between songs that I find incredibly annoying. I know that when burning a CD in iTunes, you can remove the pause inbetween tracks, but there doesn't appear to be any way to do this on the iPod.
The only solution I've been able to think of is to find an app that joins MP3 files together. That way, the iPod will just be dealing with one long file.
Does anyone know of any apps that do this? I'm running OS X Tiger. The first app I found was "Albumwrap", but that hasn't had a code update since 2001, and the OS X Beta that have posted on the site has a corrupt Stuffit Archive. I found another app called "MP3 Trimmer" that had a joining functionality as well. that appeared to work... until I listened to the resulting file. It joined them together, and ADDED a pause between files! Grrr.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!