MP3 CD Maker
Burn your favoriate MP3 or WAV songs to audio CD with the best CD burner!!
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MP3 CD Maker is the best CD burner(CD writer) software. It can convert MP3 files to WAV files and burn WAV files to CD tracks. With our program, you can listen your favoriate MP3 or WAV songs on regular stereo, car CD players, and so on. It supports over 1200 CDR/RW drives and 42 languages. It used by ten thousands of users everyday and it runs well on all 32-bit windows system. Why not download a trial version? It's free.
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Key Features:
     MP3 to CD direct burning, no tempory WAV files involved, saving your hard disk life, and faster!
     over 1200 CDR/RW drives and 42 languages are supported
     CD-TEXT burning
     automatic volume normalization
     fancy CD cover printing
     beautiful and easy-to-use graphic user interface
  • What is MP3 CD Maker?
    MP3 CD Maker is a hip software tool that helps you to create normal audio CDs from your favorite MP3 files. You can then play them in your regular stereo or car CD player!

  • How does it work?
    Simply drag and drop the songs you want onto the main screen, hit the record button, and in a short time you will have a custom CD! With MP3 CD Maker, you can choose to burn 74 or 80-minute audio CDs on either 74 or 80-minute CDR/RW discs. There is no need to convert to WAV! Your CD is burned directly saving your hard drive space.

  • What can I do with it?
    Custom CDs! Make mixes to rock the x-mas party, make gifts for your friends, road trip tunes, hot date tunes, hey - you can even customize the CD cover! Replace your scratched CDs with CDs that you burn yourself from MP3s. Getting married? Read Wedding Bliss.

  • What makes "Normalizing" the volume levels so cool?
    I'm glad you asked! MP3 CD Maker has a "Normalizing" feature that lets you ensure that all MP3s in a set have the same volume level. Different MP3 files may have different volume levels. If you burn the CD without normalizing, the volume of songs in this CD might be sometimes louder and sometimes softer. But if you use normalizing, I guarantee you it will give you the same volume level songs in the CD. Simply check the "Normalizing" box before you hit the record button.

  • What is the system requirement?
    You will need a Pentium 100 PC or higher, 16MB RAM or more. The operating system should be Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows ME. Of course, you must have a CD Recorder.

  • Does MP3 CD Maker use a lot of hard disk space?
    No! MP3 CD Maker is very small so please have no worries about the hard disk space! Unlike other audio CD recording software, MP3 CD Maker burns MP3 files directly into audio CDs. It does not generate a temporary WAV file.

  • How can I see another language on the MP3 CD Maker screen?
    Simply click the globe on the lower left of the screen, choose the language you'd like, then close and reopen the MP3 CD Maker program. The new language will now appear.

  • Can I Convert MP3 files to WAV files?
    Yes. MP3 CD Maker can convert MP3 files into WAV files. Here's how, although you will not need to convert to WAV to convert MP3 to CD with this software as it is taken care of directly. Point the mouse cursor to the mp3 file in the mp3 list, click the right mouse button, and then select 'export to wav' in the menu.
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Shareware Industry Awards - Nominee(2001)

Our Users' Comments:
"i love your mp3 cd maker, it has made my life alot easier, it is without a doubt the best program of its kind on the market, its fast, and simple to use, i recommend this program to anyone wanting to make cds out of there mp3s, thanks for making this software and for the constant sofware updates!!! "
-Justin Thibodeaux, 03/11/2001

"MP3 CD Maker~ runs like a little professional recording studio on my computer.It is the most easy-to-use music software. I'm a user since summer 2000 and I use it every day."
-Lhupa, email, 1/30/2001

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