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pre-gap: From http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/solo/719/cd_vocabulary.htm:

A space dividing tracks, recorded before the track data area. The length of the pre-gap varies with the CD recorder and the types of tracks. Where successive tracks are both of data, one track is separated from another by a track pre-gap of 150 sectors (2 seconds). Where successive tracks are of different types, the pre-gap is usually of 225 sectors (or three seconds). If two successive tracks are audio, there may be no pre-gap at all.

Question: Is this part of what is meant by filling tracks?

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