Nowadays, as technology progressed changed, the CD was superseded by the digital video disc (DVD) and then the Blu-ray disc. Nevertheless, it remains an important option for millions of people to free up space for the new songs without losing the old ones, and to make all favourite songs in one place rather than having to switch between separate albums, or to take your music on the road, ect. It’s a lot of fun to create your own custom music CDs. All you need is Windows Media Player or iTunes and a computer with a CD burner. If you are not yet familiar to the methods on how to burn your music to a CD, this guide will provide an all-around solution for you by introducing the top 2 most popular ways of burning music onto CD with ease.
Windows Media Player allows computers with built-in CD and/or DVD burners to create and copy audio CDs for playback in car stereos and other CD players incredibly simple. Here is the steps:
Step 1: Insert a blank CD or DVD into your CD/ DVD drive. Make sure the drive is either CD-RW or DVD-RW. The ‘W’ stands for writeable, and is necessary to burn information to the disc.
Step 2: Open Windows Media Player and click on the "Burn" tab located in the right pane. An empty burn list shall be displayed.
Step 3: Find the files you want to burn from your Library (Music, Videos, and Pictures) and drag them to the burn list.
Step 4: Click the menu in the Burn panel. This opens a menu with different burn options. Select “Audio CD” from the menu.
Beside using Windows Media Player, iTunes is also a great too for burning music to CD.
Step 1: Launch iTunes and create your playlist. Go to File > New > Playlist, enter a name for the playlist, then drag and drop the desired songs into it.
Note: Please make sure all the songs in the playlist are authorized for this computer. Songs purchased from the iTunes store are linked to your iTunes account. Double-click each song to make sure it plays.
Step 2: Insert a blank CD into your computer. And then select the playlist you want to burn in iTunes, and right click the playlist. In the drop down list, select "Burn Playlist to Disk". Then, there will a window pops up to allow you selecting a disc format.
Please also check the size of your playlist to make sure it doesn’t exceed the amount of space on a CD.
Step 3: Click the Burn button to begin copying the songs from your computer to the CD. You can watch the progress in the iTunes window.
Step 4: When the files are copied, a CD icon will appear in the iTunes Source list. Please eject the CD from computer.
If you are trying to burn music to CD in iTunes or burn iTunes music to CD, go ahead, it is easy to do that within iTunes. While it is not the same thing for encrypted Apple Music. Although Apple allows subscribers freely download and save the music and albums offline onto supported devices for playback, it restricts the use of the music files on other devices by adding a technical protection to Apple Music tracks, including burning Apple Music to CD. So if you want to burn Apple Music songs onto a CD for streaming in your car, first and foremost is to record Apple Music songs.
Here we meet NoteBurner Apple Music Converter, a smart Apple Music to iPod converter which can record Apple Music songs and playlists and convert Apple Music files, audiobooks, or other downloaded music from iTunes or Apple Music to MP3, FLAC, AAC or WAV format. And it is capable of converting any Apple Music files, iTunes audio file at 10x faster speeds with keeping lossless audio quality.
Launch NoteBurner Apple Music Converter and click the button "+" to add music, it will pop up a window, which will show you all of songs you have downloaded from Apple Music. You can choose any song you want to convert.
After the successful adding, please click the button "Setting" to choose the output format as you need, in the pop-up window, you can set output path, output quality, and output format including WAV, AAC, MP3, and FLAC.
After completing the above steps, the final one is clicking the button "Convert". Just a few second, it will succeed. After conversion, click the "History" button in the main interface to find the output audio. And then you can use Windows Media Player to burn the converted Apple Music songs to CD or add them to iTunes for burning.
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