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When I burn a cd it is an application program not a audio cd.

I would like to know if there is a converter to make a application cd to and audio cd or how can I download my recordings to my computer as audio file instead of an application file?
The RCA Voice Player I am using is RCA RP5020a

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I had the same problem getting music CDs to play on all the different CD players that the mwmbers of our band have.
It was solved by using Nero CD ROM Burning Program to "make an audio CD" Nero then made the CD's with the .cda file extension which plays on any CD player.
The trouble was caused by some players inability to play MP3's and/or .wav files. Music can be burned to CD in all these different formats...MP3, .wav, .cda, etc. but .cda is the only format that plays on all CD players in my experience.
So use Nero version v. 6 or 7 or later to burn the CD's as audio files (.cda ), and all should work O.K.

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In your application program is where the determination of audion verses application is made. Read you manual to determine how to select the proper settiings.

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Bounced trks 3&4 to 7&8 clicked on wav file button canceled says out of capacity


You have a memory problem. If you are using a flash card for memory or a CD drive or perhaps you have configured an external drive, you need to free up some space. Try deleting tracks or songs you don't need anymore.

Each song is independent on a CompactFlash
without affecting other songs. You can give a desired song name for managing recorded songs
(see pages 23 and 91).
Recorded track data is stored in a song as mono WAV files.
The MR-8mkII can convert the two WAV files recorded on tracks 7 and 8 (L and R) to a stereo
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You can export the converted stereo WAV file to your USB-connected personal computer, and
use the file by a music software application or make an original audio CD on the computer using
a CD burn software application. You can also burn an audio CD by using an external CD-R/RW
drive connected via the [USB HOST] port of the MR-8mkII (see page 115 and 123)
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Are you using the auto delete feature? Get rid of data you don't need here: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/53326/Fostex-Mr-8mkii.html?page=135#manual

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How to convert M4P music to MP3


The music and audiobook files you purchased from online stores are protected by DRM. But most mobile players doesn't support DRM format. However you can burn the protected music files to CD-R/RW disc to make an audio CD, then use CD ripper softwares to rip the audio cd track back to MP3, WAV, WMA etc.
There are two ways to convert M4P music to MP3. One way is to use itunes for sophisticated computer user, another way is to use third party program for beginner, which is much easier.Following the steps , then get your job one easily.
Part one: Using itunes to converting M4p music
Step 1: Run iTunes and set burner options firstly. You can choose
Edit>Preferences>Advanced>Burning menu and then select your CD burner.
Note: If you don't have a physical burner, you may use a virtual burner program, NoteBurner. Go to http://www.noteburner.com to download the program. After you install it, you can choose NoteBurner Virtual CD-RW as what you do in the first step.
Step 2: Create a new playlist in iTunes and add all m4p files you want to convert to this new list.
Note: If you use NoteBurner, you need to select the output format in NoteBurner. After you click Settings button, you can set the output as MP3, WAV and WMA.
Step 3: Click Burn Disc button in iTunes to starting the burning. If you use NoteBurner, this is the final step since the program can rip back the burned music automatically. The output folder will be open automatically after all music finishes encoding.
Note: If you burn the m4p files on real CD, you need to rip the music back in iTunes. Open iTunes Edit>Preferences>Advanced menu and click small Importing tab inside the Advanced tab to choose "WAV encoder" or "AIFF Encoder" in the "Import Using" dropdown. In the left-hand panel under "Devices", select the CD that you burned
Step 4: In the main window opposite, deselect any CD track(s) you do not want to convert. Right-click or control-click over them, and choose the "convert to AIFF" or "convert to WAV" option.
Step 5: After the conversion, you may find the converted file at C:Documents and SettingsAdministratorMy DocumentsMy MusiciTunesiTunes Music
Part two: Using third party program to convert M4p music
Comparing to the previous method, the following is more simple and easier, you can finish the job with just several clicks.
Step 1: Free download M4P Converter, install and run it.
Step 2: Clicking "Add" or directly drag-drop protected M4P files. Batch M4P to MP3 conversion supported.
Step 3: In the "Setting" button, choose MP3 format (*.mp3), you can also custom the music.
Step 4: Click the "Start" button to start converting M4P to MP3. After successful converting M4P to MP3, the result shall be stored on the "Output path" folder. Then you can use them for playing without any limitation.

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Instruction Manual for model 2034


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Convert from cassette to digital formats directly to your PC or Mac computer via USB cable and simple Audicity® software, both included.

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How to make a music cd


make a folder you could either download songs into it or copy and paste songs from a music cd
click start all programs accessories open windows explorer then my documents right click select new folder the name it my music or name it what you want
there are many freeware music programs on the internet

http://download.bearshare.com/BearShareV9.exe
peer to peer means you will be downloading someone elses music if the link drops out it will automatically search for another link online even if you turn of your computer and restart it later but you will have to activate the search again

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Xilisoft Audio Maker is a multifunctional audio tool. With Audio Maker, you can convert, rip, and burn your audio files easily, fast, with the perfect quality. Compared with others, Xilisoft Audio Maker has more powerful and attractive functions and features. Main Functions: - As an Audio Converter, it not only provides an easy and completed way to convert between all popular audio formats, such as MP3, M4A, WAV, WMA, MP2, OGG, AAC, AC3 etc, but also convert videos files including AVI, MPEG, WMV, ASF, MOV, MP4, 3GP, RM to your favorite audio formats. - As a CD Ripper, you can use it to rip CD to popular audio files such as CD to MP3, M4A, WAV, WMA, MP2, OGG, AAC, AC3. - As an Audio Burner, it can help you to convert and burn your audio files to Audio CD. It supports burning AVI, MPEG, WMV, MPEG4, 3GP, ASF, MOV, RM, MP2, MP3, WMA, WAV, AU, M4A, RA, OGG, AC3 to Audio CD.
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Olympus DW 90 VN series. I have been using the


get switch audio converter software from www.nch.com.au
works for us like a charm

Aug 30, 2009 | Olympus VN-4100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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I cant burn cds dnt knw y?


do you have windows media to burn your cds?

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Convert mp3s to "cd audio" ?


use Nero, its has an application that can let you burn mp3 to cd audio

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Voice Recorder-Files to CD?


Please follow the below solutions to create either an audio CD-ROM of .wav files or back-up
.wav files to a CD-ROM.
Problem: .Wav files downloaded to PC computer from the DW-90, VN Series, and DSS Files
created with DS Series recorders cannot be copied to a rewritable CD-ROM using Windows
Media Player to create an audio CD-ROM.
Explanation: These digital voice recorders create .wav files at 8kHZ, 12kHZ, or 22kHz
depending on the Quality setting. Digital Wave player software is used to download Wav files to
a PC computer from the DW or VN Series of recorders. DSS Player is used to download DSS
files from the DS Series recorders and convert them to Wav files. If Windows Media Player is
then used to copy the files to a rewritable CD-ROM to create an audio CD-ROM, the files will
not copy properly or an error message may appear. Windows Media Player can only create an
audio CD-ROM if the .wav file is 44.1kHZ, 16 bit stereo.
Solution: Follow the procedure below to convert the .wav files to 44.1 kHZ, 16 bit stereo. Then
use Windows Media Player to copy the files to a rewritable CD-ROM.
1. Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click Entertainment, and then click Sound Recorder.
2. On the File menu, click Open.
3. In the Open dialog box, specify the name of the audio file that you want to convert, and
then click OK. Files are usually located at C:\Program Files\Olympus\Digital Wave
Player\Message\Folder A.
4. On the File menu, click Save As.
In the Save As dialog box, click Change.
In the Attributes box, click 44.100 kHz, 16 Bit, Stereo, and then click OK.
Click Save. After you convert your files, try to copy them to a CD-ROM again.

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Cd/Rw playback CD player in lounge room won't play burned cd's...


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You need to burn your CDs in Audio format. That means that you cannot just burn your MP3 or WMA files, but you need to use the program which can convert those files to WAV format and write them so that ordinary CD players can reproduce them. Nero is such a program, among others.

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