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Recorded voice files

Is it possible to burn cd's of recorded voice file. I have rehearsal sessions recorded and I want to tranfer them to CD's. Help!!!

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Re: recorded voice files

Of course, first you need to transfer those recordings from your mp3 to your computer. Then open up whatever cd burning software you use, choose make audio cd, click add files and choose your recordings and burn. L8R

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