Most audio programs allow users to burn MP3s to an audio CD, automatically converting them to the correct format. While the resulting audio CD will play on all CD players, a 700MB CD can only contain a total of 80 minutes of audio.Continue Reading
All CD drives, including those in computers, cars and audio systems, recognize and play audio CDs. Windows Media Player can create audio CDs from MP3, WMA, M4A or WAV files. Apple's iTunes can burn them from MP3, AIFF, WAV and AAC files. Blank CD-RW discs should be avoided because they are not recognized by all CD players.
Burning in Windows Media Player
Burning in Apple iTunes