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    Minion of One Andrew Lamprecht's Avatar
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    I just bought one of these....

    http://tascam.com/product/dr-07mk2/

    I'm really happy with it. It sounds much better than the other 2 portable recording devices I have had in the past and its easier to navigate.

    My question is, I have always used this just as a learning tool or to get quick ideas down. My girlfriends birthday is coming up and I have been working on a song for her. I got a rough draft to mp3 format. How would I go about getting it onto a cd-r?

    Thanks guys. It's probably really easy but I have no idea how to do it.
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    Are you talking about wanting to do it in official 'Red Book' 44.1kHz CD format, or just copying the MP3 across to the disk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris of Arabia View Post
    Are you talking about wanting to do it in official 44.1k CD format, or just copying the MP3 across to the disk?
    Just getting the mp3 onto the disc is fine by me....
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    I'll assume you have taken the MP3 off the Tascam and have it on your computer already. If so, it should be a case of putting a blank CD-R into your computer drive and copying it across to the drive, then following whatever instructions the OS presents you with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris of Arabia View Post
    I'll assume you have taken the MP3 off the Tascam and have it on your computer already. If so, it should be a case of putting a blank CD-R into your computer drive and copying it across to the drive, then following whatever instructions the OS presents you with.
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    If you have the option of just using the 16/44.1 tracks I would go with that over Mp3.

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