View Full Version : Need some help(again).
08-15-2001, 07:29 PM
Do any of ya'll know of any music sites that let you make your own CD's(like putting a few songs from several different CD's on 1 CD)? Or a place where you can down load songs off the internet on to a blank CD ROM?
Just download mp3s (I use Morpheus) and burn them on a cd using a program like Easy CD Creator or Nero.
Oh and you can download Morpheus from MusicCity.com (http://www.musiccity.com)
08-15-2001, 07:39 PM
Is it free?
Is what free? Morpheus is kinda like Napster. Free service to download mp3s, videos, etc.
08-15-2001, 08:12 PM
Man, I don't understand how any of that stuff works. i/expressions/face-icon-small-frown.gif
Once you download the program (Morpheus), install it, and do the first-time setup, it's a breeze. You basically just type in the name of the song or band and it'll pull up the files.
08-16-2001, 05:31 AM
If you just wanna burn your mp3's into audio CD,
I do recommend "MP3 CD Maker", it has a cute interface,
no error burning CDs so far and not to mention EASY to use,
and it's small, it's just over 600 octets, I mean bytes ... less than 1 MB.
08-16-2001, 05:42 AM
but if you wanna make video CD also,
you'd better try WinOnCD, Easy CD Creator ...
I'd used P2P stuff like Napster before,
but it takes too much time to get rare songs,
it's only easy to download recent songs ...
I just use FTP to search and find rare songs ...
anyway these days audio CD players can play MP3 CD, too,
of course they're just a bit more expensive than normal one.
but you can have more than 100 songs in just ONE CD ...
Anyone uses kazaa? Must be good...
I just stick to Adaptec Easy CD Creator 4 and Nero on occasion. Easy CD Creator is a snap to use in making audio cd's and data backups.
08-19-2001, 03:14 PM
Rob...when did you become a moderator?
08-19-2001, 08:59 PM
Last week sometime.
08-21-2001, 07:46 AM
I just use Adaptec Easy CD Creator 3.5,
b/c Easy CD Creator 4 consumes more memories and is slower than 3.5 in some way.
but it's good at burning video cd than 3.5 version.
you see, version 5 is available right now, but I'll stick with 3.5 ...
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