With Track-at-Once writing mode, a CD-Recorder will record one track at a time. In between every two tracks (unless you are only recording a single track). The CD-Recorder laser will stop while the hard disk prepared for the contents of the next track.
Each time the laser is stopped, it writes Run-Out blocks. When starting again, it writes Run-In blocks (a total of 7 blocks). These are ignored by CD-ROM readers and so do not disturb data transmission, but in some audio players you might hear a click between tracks. This is why disk-at-Once
recording is preferable for audio disks.