martoc generates TOC files for audio CDs. It also converts your audio files, normalizes the audio volume and extracts meta data to be used as CD-Text.
martoc -i /path/to/files/ -o /output/folder/
This command will process all audio files in
/path/to/files and write its output to
/output/folder. You should find a bunch of .wav files plus one .toc file in your output folder afterwards. If you want to check / modify the CD-Text data before burning, the .toc file is where you can do just that.
When you're done, use something like this to burn the CD:
cdrdao write -v 2 --driver generic-mmc-raw --device /dev/sr0 out.toc