Look around you; you will admit that technology has truly changed a lot of things around for the better. Take music as a good example. Music has gone through a lot of metamorphosis since time in memorial. From the gramophone record player, the cassette record player and now in the 21st century, the compact disc player, quite some revolution you’ll agree.
Music is soothing and very entertaining to anyone. Different people prefer different genre of music. Some love jazz, others prefer rock music while others R&B does the trick on them. Where ever you go in shopping malls, public offices, in the car or even at home, you can’t miss some soothing music tunes playing from some digital player. This means that one must have sufficient stock of music CDs to ensure that they don’t run out of music.
How to make a music CD is something that many would like to know. Truth is it’s not hard to make one at all. There are two ways one can use to make some nice music on a compact disc. You can make music on macs or on a pc. Making music on mac is easy and pretty interesting. You need to open iTunes for the latest music files that may interest you. Click on the file and select the new playlist with your favorite choice of music. A new playlist of selected custom music will then appear which you shall name as preferred. Transfer the music file to add to file icon and click on the playlist to arrange you music files in order. Click on the cd burning icon, choose audio CD and burn music on the empty CD inserted. Upon completion of the burning process, you will have successfully made a music CD.
The alternative way is making music CD on a pc. It takes a shorter period of time and is less complicated. All you have to do is create a file with all your favorite music in it. Import all your music on the windows media player and by clicking the ok icon the music will be transferred to the windows media player playlist. After arranging all the music as preferred, drop them into the burn list and when ready, click on the start burn icon. Your music will then be transferred from media player to the blank CD and when finished, you’ll have made you very own music CD.