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    I've had it with free music CD burning software (Real player and Windows media player) and the Sonic Record Now that came with my computer stinks as well. It rejects half of the CDR's and ruins half of the ones it doesn't reject. I know the fault isn't in my CD burner cuz it's new and burns fine when the programs don't act up.

    So, what's a good professional quality program to burn music with that I could buy for under $100?
    Last edited by Verdeboy; 09-13-2006 at 12:54 PM.

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    Aspiring Old Fart, EE, computer & networking geek Mikey's Avatar
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    I use Nero (around $80 online - http://ww2.nero.com/enu/index.html) and am generally pleased. My use is for data, primarily, but it's got a bunch of music-oriented features that are always clutteringup the interface for me .

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    I've been using Cakewalk Pyro for burning music CD's.
    It will rip to wave files or mp3's

    http://www.cakewalk.com/Products/Pyro/default.asp

    I also use Nero for some tasks.

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    I use Nero for data and MP3 and Pyro for audio and ripping. I found a good buying guide here, I hope it helps.

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    I use toast on my mac it is great for losts of stuff, but I don't know if you can get it for PC's.

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    I use nero. I'm very familiar with it and it's best for me. though i can burn cd simply without any software but writer should be there.

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    InfraRecorder is what I use (Also free... but if you really want to pay, they take donations)

    http://infrarecorder.sourceforge.net/

    Edit: wow that was an old original post.

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    I use Audio CD Burner Studio to burn music to audio cd. It's very easy to use, it works, and it's not overloaded with a bunch of bloatware. That's why I've set my choice on it.

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