need a CD burner and
my computer came with a host of tools. it also came with a player, Musicmatch jukebox. that program has been abamdoned by the maker. yahoo,com picked it up. but then is dropping it later this year. I use that jukebox to listen to recordings I made. I can listen to a WAV file and then compare when I change it to mp3. I used to be able to use that to burn CDs. it no longer has the driver.
the cd driver that is in the computer sucks.
can someone recommend a CD burner download?
i used this in the past without too many problems before i got my dvdburners which came bundled with nero.
WMP will also rip and burn if i'm not mistaken.
I'm pretty sure Windows Media Player will burn CDs. I use iTunes, it works pretty well. And you can add .wav and .mp3 files to compare them. You can even add the .wav file and convert to mp3 in iTunes and it will keep both files.
I have checked out nero. the site said free download. then asked for a one time charge, then when filling out the crdit info I saw that I would be charged even more. I backed away from that. I heard nero was good. now I am iffy and confused.
my computer should be able to burn cds. it's a Dell with windows. the trouble is the ease and quality. I find neither in that program.
I know about iTunes capability but I don't use iTunes for music. it is a stand alone program that can burn CD's?
Just use Windows Media Player. It's the standard microsoft Windows music app, it's free and it's good.
"I wonder if a composer ever intentionally composed a piece that was physically impossible to play and stuck it away to be found years later after his death, knowing it would forever drive perfectionist musicians crazy." - George Carlin
will do Roy. thanks for the encouragement.
I use Pyro 5. Its like $30 or $40 and you can download it from the Cakewalk website (cakewalk.com).
thanks. I will check that out.