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Re: Editing Music you have down loaded or burned
Best Solution : just open your browser lnternet explorer and open www.google.com,when the website opens type at the search free audio cutter (this are the softwares used to shorten the songs)...now click on the links and find audio cutter software ,now download the software to your hard drive and open it to install .now follow the instruction to cut the your song file.... now use nero or any other burning software to write the files to cd. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Low feed backs hurt my ratings and I am tring to help you with your
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First you need music to put on the CD. You can put your own music CD in the drive and run Windows Media Player and rip them to your hard drive (copies them). After you get all the songs you want onto your hard drive, you can make an audio CD if you ripped the songs as WAV files (this CD can be played in most CD players) or you can make an MP3 CD if you ripped the songs as mp3 files (this CD can only be played in CD players that support the MP3 standard). To make the audio CD or MP3 CD, just download the free program called BurnAware from the internet and run it. Insert a blank recordable CD in your computer, choose Audio CD or MP3 CD, then choose the songs you want and burn the CD. That's it.
What OS and burn software are you using? Can you see the music files when you look at the file explorer on the computer (My Computer or Computer in Windows and double click on the optical drive)? Check if the disc has any scratches.
If you see the music listed on the optical disc, check if the disc was finalized. (Again in Windows Computer, right click on the optical drive and it should be an option if the disc hasn't been finalized.)
If there are no files on the CD-R, make certain that the disc isn't being formatted before you try the burn. (Formatting should only be done on R/W discs.)
If the music files are on the optical disc and the disc was finalized, your CD player is not tracking across the disc properly. Try a lens cleaner. It may need repair and I've never successfully repaired a CD drive (the only ones I've had fail were in computers and were cheaper to replace). The mirror and the belt are the most likely places to have issues.
If You want to burn a cd you may try to install a 3rd party software... i may suggest you try Nero, when you're done installing it open it then follow these steps: for audio cd: 1. open the software 2. choose the audio cd on the left part 3. you can just drag the songs from the folder where you have stored the songs you intend to burn *be sure that the total minutes of the songs you will burn will not exceed the 80 minutes. 4. after you finished dragging the songs you like to burn click the burn icon which is found on the upper part of the window. 5. just click ok then wait.. 6. when the it's done burning, a message will pop confirming that you have successfully burned it..
* for mp3 cd 1. just choose cdrom 2. follow the steps 3-6 from the above,,
Dear friend 1st you select your songs then copy by press ctrl+c. Now you go my computer>my disk> press ctrl+V for paste. then watch left top white these CD, click there then next , next & ok.
If your write those in your DVD then open nero dvd write then paste there song, next, select burn speed 4X, then burn and wait. follow the commance for finish.
I had the same promblem. What you should do is make a serperate file on you desktop and drag all of your music that you burn or download to that folder first. Drag it to Itunes after that. Now, you only have to drag the songs to Itunes if you want them on there for you iPod. Take the songs from the folder, and drag them to windows media players burn list. Insert a blank disc and you should be good. Keep in mind that you can only do this if you put downloaded or burned music to the created folder first. If you take it to Itunes first, you will have to re-download or re-burn your music again.
Hopefully this helped you guys.