Use this procedure to burn Audio CD from AAC, AIFF, M4A, M4B, Midi, MP3, Ogg, WAV, WMA.
- When recording an Audio CD, you can get approximately 1 hour of music on a CD
- For more information about what Music Man can burn, see the table below
- Music Man
- Music Files in AAC, AIFF, M4A, M4B, Midi, MP3, Ogg, WAV, WMA format
- CD-R or CD-RW
How to burn Audio CD on Mac
- Click the Music Man Burn Tab.
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- Select the files you want to burn. For further information, refer to the Music Man Read Me (pdf)
- From the Music Format popup, select “Burn Audio CD” and click the burn button.
If you are re-using a CD-RW, click the Erase button to ensure you have erased the current contents of the CD and THEN click the burn button.
- A CD is limited to around 80 minutes of music and 99 tracks. It’s not 100% accurate because there is some overhead and the conversion from compressed music to uncompressed music results in an unknown space requirement. If you put too much music on a disk and burn it, the disk will be unusable. If you limit your CDs to 60 minutes or less, you shouldn’t have a problem.
- Money Saving Tip: Test with a CDRW to make sure the music fits and that the CD is the way you want it. Once the CD-RW is correct, then burn the final project to a CD-R. You can then erase the CD-RW and use it again as a master for your next project.
- Stress Saving Tip: If you’re going to play your Audio CD on a CD player, car stereo or if you are responsible for bringing all the music to your brother’s wedding, read this carefully. Not all CD players will play burned CDs (CD-R, CD-RW), especially the older ones. That’s because although they all look the same to you, they’re not all the same to your hardware. Make a test CD with just a few songs on it, and get it to play on your hardware to verify it will play. Once you’ve got it working, then continue with your project.
For more information about Music Man features, read the Music Man User’s Manual
|Use Music Man to burn to these media types|
||Audio CD (burn on CD-R, CD-RW)|
||MP3 CD (MP3, burn on CD-R, CD-RW)|
||MP3 DVD (MP3, burn on DVD-R, DVD-RW)|
||Music CD (Other Music Format CD-R, CD-RW)|
||Music DVD (Other Music Formats,burn on DVD-R, DVD-RW)|
||DVD-Audio (DVD-Audio format, burn on DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW)|
- DVD-Audio (DVDA) is a digital format used for delivering high-fidelity audio content on a DVD. For more information about DVD-Audio (DVDA), go to Wikipedia
- For more information about MP3, go to "All About MP3 on Mac"
- For more information about Ogg, go to "All about Ogg Vorbis on Mac"
- For more information about WMA, go to "All About WMA on Mac"