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Tdk cd-r 52x recordable disc problem

I'm trying to record voice mp3 onto the above disc and am having no success at all. The best I get is some garbled reiterative version!
What seems to be the problem?
I use RealPlayer to burn the disc.
Thank you for solving this problem.
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Igor

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