I wanted to post to say that I did not know the "disc burner" capabilities were present within MB. I mean the app is by far the best out there for me and is perfect, however, I've just been trawling the net to find an app to burn an audio disc for a file 120mins long (dj mix set) - and with that I also have an associated '.cue' file. What I wanted to do was find something that would recognise up to near the 80min mark that the audio needs to be split and spread over multiple discs.
I found guides that said use other apps to manually break up the file etc., or, as I just wasted a little time on, use iTunes, create a playlist and then burn. Whilst the disc was burning I had a look within MB to find the disc burner within the tools menu. I took a chance on adding my files and I couldn't believe it did exactly what I was looking for i.e. take my audio file and split it over multiple discs.
I was initially dragging the single mp3 (kind of naively assuming the cue sheet cannot be used), but the app recognises there's a '.cue' file there and takes that; not only just that, it so cleverly calculates the track nearest up to the limit of your cd, cuts off there and moves the subsequent track to the next disc. That to me, is truly sublime and excellent programming. This app just want from awesome to perfect! Sincerely, thank you, Steven!
Edit: although I see, it seems, this can only work IF there is a cue file present? ""tracks must be added to the image before using this function"