burn or record MP3 music files as audio tacks to audio CD (Compact Disk Digital Audio or CD-DA) with Windows Media Player

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How to burn or record MP3 music files as audio tacks to audio CD (Compact Disk Digital Audio or CD-DA) with Windows Media Player?

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1. Start Windows Media Player. 2. Click the Burn tab. You may get a blank burn list. 3. Use the drop down list above the burn list window to select the MP3 must album you have created: our First Album. Windows Media Player will populate the burn list with all music files from this album: 4. Look at the burn list. Each music is selected to be burned to the audio CD with a status of "Ready to burn". The summary is reported below the burn list: "10 Item(s), Total Time: 48 Minutes". 5. Double check to make sure you have a blank CD in the CD drive. The write speed should be 4X ensure best burning quantity. 6. Windows Media Player starts a two-step to finish burning the CD. First it converts all MP3 files to audio tracks according to the CD-DA specifications in memory. Then it burns all audio tracks to the CD. The whole process took about less than 10 minutes.

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