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1Click DVD Copy
1Click DVD Copy PRO
DVD Cloner
DVD Fab Platinum


DVD Burning Software

Toast Titanium (Mac OS)

Game Copy Software

DVD Player Software

CD Ripper Software

AltoMP3 Maker
Audio MP3 Maker
Fast CD Ripper


MP3 Converter Software

Audio Converter Pro
MP3 To Wave Converter
Advanced WMA Workshop
Easy MP3 Converter
Audio Convert
Audio MP3 Converter

MP3 CD Burner Software

Acoustica MP3 CD Burner
MP3 CD Converter
Audio CD Maker
Audio2x CD Workshop
MP3 CD Maker


MP3 Editor & Sound Recorders

Spin it Again
MP3 Audio Mixer
Super MP3 Recorder
Mobile Music Polyphonic
Ringtone Converter


MP3 Organizer

CD Label Maker
Visual MP3
Zortam MP3 Media Studio


All Purpose Software

X2CD Music CD Burner
Virtuosa Gold
Acoustica Power Pack


MP3 CD Burning Checklist - What you need to start enjoying MP3s.

1. CD Recorder/Writer Drive

Most new computer come with a CD Recorder (also called CD Burner or CD Writer) inside the box. If you don't have CD Recorder hardware installed already, you can have a new drive installed into your computer.

2. Audio/Music CD Recording Software

Your CD recorder will come with some multi-purpose recording software which may be able to create audio CDs, however, usually this software is too technical and difficult to learn and use. If you want to try a simple to use, yet powerful software product, CDBURNER.CA recommends Acoustica MP3 CD Burner.

3. MP3 Music

There are two different ways to get your music. The first method allows you to copy your MP3s from your audio CD music library. This involves getting a program called a "CD Ripper" which extracts the music from the CD and puts it onto your computer. You can try using AudioConvert or AltoMP3 Maker to rip your CDs into MP3s or WAV files. The second method is to download MP3s from file sharing programs such as Bearshare, Limewire, or Imesh.

4. Blank CD-R Discs

You need to make sure that you purchase blank CD-Rs. (Blank CD-RWs will not be compatible with most stereo systems.) Also, make sure to purchase "name" brand CD-R discs as not all discs are made equally. Usually "no name" discs are not of the same quality as "name" brands.

5. Label your freshly burnt CD

Use a felt tip pen (such as a Sharpie) to write on the CD. Using a normal pen can ruin the CD and cause it to be unplayable. If you prefer pretty colors and patterns, we recommend using Acoustica CD Label Maker to quickly and easily make your CD and jewel case labels for your audio CD.

Courtesy of CDBurner.ca


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