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There might be a latency problem with the Asio4all driver too, try the US-122 16bit or 24bit driver, they are actually Asio drivers. Also navigate to Windows Control Panel and make sure that a Windows Media Player Update hasn't minimised the Wave Control Sound.
The answer is yes, but it may not work as simply as you think. You
can't just save your Cubase file / mix and then send it to your recorder.
You'll want to render down the song you have to one stereo .wav file
and send that to burner as a wav file. (That's the quick way). Another option is to
render each file you have seperately so acoustic guitar, bass, vocal,
etc are all seperate tracks. So the answer is yes, a .wav file is the format for audio cds. You'll record your
seperate tracks and then you'll have to mix down, render, or export
them when you are done. In Cubase, use "export".