Audio CD Maker creates CD discs to play them in any music center such as disc center, car stereo with CD player. app features such as burns CD-R and CD-RW discs, erases information from rewritable discs, supports a variety of audio formats including MP3, WAV, AAC, M4A, M4B, WMA, OGG, FLAC, RA, RAM, AMR, APE, MKA, TTA, AIFF, AU, MPC, SPX, AC3, AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, 3GP, ASF, MOV, RM, MP2 and decodes and writes compressed audio formats.
. Easy to use intuitive user interface , Perfect Audio decoding quality.
. Erase CD's
. High speed writing.
. Burn up to 84 min CDs, CD-R/W.
. Supports virtually all CD-R and CD-R/W drives.
. All popular audio formats supported.
1. bugs fixed.
2. add erase and eject cd button on main interface.
3. add website support
Ratings and Reviews
Needs Slight Improvement
Definitely burns audio files as stated. However, I had to be creative with the ordering of the tracks. I wanted the songs listed in a certain order. When I burned the cd it did not burn the order I had them in. I discovered after the 9th track, the software put the 10th song after the 1st song. After I renumbered the 10th track to 9a, 9b, 9c and so forth, the order stayed consistent after the 9th song. Hopefully this will be fixed.
Worked like a champ
I got this app because I needed to create an audio CD from a compilation of songs and I wasn’t seeing a way to create an audio CD directly from iTunes on Mac OS High Sierra.
So I installed the app and put a blank CD-RW in my external CD/DVD drive. I clicked ‘Add' and navigated to the songs in the finder window. My original files were .m4a. I selected the songs, typed in a disc title, kept the default option to create an ‘Audio CD' and clicked ‘Burn’. After a short while (maybe 4-5 minutes) the disc was ready. I ejected the disc, put in a second disc, and clicked ‘Burn’ again to make a second copy.
- It would be nice to be able to drag and drop the songs directly from iTunes (or from another finder window) to the Audio CD Maker main window. The only option I saw was to click ‘Add’ and navigate to the folder under Users>me>Music>iTunes>iTunes Music>artist>cd. It is a little tedious to have to navigate down into the music file structure.
- It would be nice to be able to burn copy after copy and have the app just prompt me to put in the next CD. I only had to make two CDs, so no big deal. At least it saved my list of songs in the main window. I just had to click ‘Burn’ again.
But overall, the app worked great. I didn’t encounter any problems.
Burns crazy names to CD! Nothing that I type in….
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.