I'm actually gonna have a heart and give you a response...
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE AND NEVER WILL BE. THE COPYRIGHT PROTECTION ON SATURN GAME DISCS CANNOT BE DUPLICATED BY ANY BRAND/MODEL OF CONSUMER CD RECORDER, PERIOD.
The latest crop of recorders can only "write" patterns to the *unused* portion of a CDR disc that appear to the human eye as text and graphics. This has nothing to do with recording actual, computer-readable data.
Can we please be done with this rumor once and for all?
The Saturn copy-protection ring defeated the efforts of DOZENS if not HUNDREDS of the 1337-est Asian software pirates back in the day. The fact that you STILL need a modchip to play Hong Kong Silvers should tell you something. They couldn't get past it and they had access to ACTUAL PROFESSIONAL CD MANUFACTURING FACILITIES and probably even electron microscopes. Plus you know they reverse-engineered the whole thing to hell and back.
Whatever the heck Sega buried in there obviously doesn't resemble anything you'd see on an ordinary CD. It's way different than the traditional method of "legitimately bad sector" copy-protection.
I don't deny that it would be neat to find out just what that ring contains- but I seriously doubt that any CD-R can duplicate it.