Free Burn MP3-CD

Free Burn MP3-CD

Allows you to create audio CDs out of your MP3, WAV, WMA, and OGG audio files
4.4  (7 votes)
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There are still many CD players out there that don’t offer MP3 playback capabilities. For example, your old Discman or car stereo system may be may be one of those. If this is your case, you probably wish to create your own audio CDs, containing all your favorite tracks from your MP3 collection. Free Burn MP3-CD allows you to achieve this in an easy and intuitive way.

The program can only handle source files in MP3, WMA, WAV, and OGG formats. You can create a list with the source files that you want to burn onto your audio CD. The program allows you to add and remove source files from the list and change their order. There is also a visual indicator of the remaining space on your disc, so that you will always know whether you can still add more tracks or not. Besides, the tool includes a very basic audio player for you to preview any of the added files.

Once you are totally satisfied with your source list, you can select the burning drive and speed, and type in a volume name for you disc. The program also includes a small utility that allows you to erase a CD-RW disc before using it to create your audio CD. In this regard, you can choose between “fast” and “complete” erasing modes. The program even allows you to choose whether the disc will be automatically ejected after the process or not.

In short, Free Burn MP3-CD is a handy program that allows you to create audio CDs in just a few minutes, without any advanced parameters or complicated interfaces to deal with.

Ricardo Soria
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Review summary


  • Easy to use.
  • Simple and intuitive user interface.
  • Includes a basic audio player.
  • Includes a small utility that allows you to erase a CD-RW disc


  • Capable of handling source files in four audio formats only

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