How To Put Alot Of Songs On A CD

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01-27-2007 05:31 AM
6 posts

I have been trying to burn 47 songs on to one cd that can be played in any cd player.Can anyone tell me how to do it? I can make a MP3 cd but it will not play in my car.Can it be done and how?
Thanks reply


01-27-2007 05:50 AM

Standard CDs only allow 74 minutes of play back time but most modern players will play back 80 minute ones also. These cds will allow 47 tracks but the songs would have to be very short. ie 80/47= 1m 42secs reply


01-27-2007 02:04 PM
Marcus Aurelius

Hunter I can tell the math was not your favorite. As Pablo said a cd has 80 minutes or 700 MB either way if you add your songs time or size won’t fit on one cd and may I ask you why have to be one cd? If you want to save it from your HD the story is different. reply


01-27-2007 02:34 PM

If 1 owned & drive an old rusty scrap junk with an 8 track stereo from the 60s..of course it won’t play modern mp3. But either way, Hunter1972..take a peek @ this site. reply


01-27-2007 10:11 PM
Big Guy

Hunter1972 wrote:
I have been trying to burn 47 songs on to one cd that can be played in any cd player.Can anyone tell me how to do it? I can make a MP3 cd but it will not play in my car.Can it be done and how?

Becasue your car don’t have MP3 player only CD
player you damn it.....

if you have a MP3 player in your car, you can put 120 songs... learn kids !!!! reply


07-02-2007 05:01 PM
6 posts

Save your 47 tracks as low quality mp3, perhaps with the low bitrate of 90, certainly much less than 128.
When they are saved as a low bit rate, you can then rip them back to Audio, they will be the same length of track, but will only occupy a small ammount of space on your CD. reply


07-02-2007 05:07 PM
4,185 posts

Just burn it on a dvd and put it into your dvd player..... reply


07-02-2007 06:39 PM
Worlds Most Prolific Collector

Hahahahaha! Nice theory, honest_me. But you are completely missing the point, which is, that an 80 minutes CD will only store 80 minutes of music. Doing what you suggest will only result in 80 minutes of music... rather poor quality music, that’s all! reply


07-02-2007 06:55 PM
Worlds Most Prolific Collector

Still, I HAVE actually done this.

I burned two albums onto CD (a total of 58 songs) and can play them in any CD player. These are the two albums:
The Residents - Goosebump (18 songs) [1978]
The Residents - Commercial Album (40 songs) [1980]

However, the total play time of these two very strange musical delights is only 76 minutes. Wonderful!

Seriously though--I highly recommend that you make the transition to a DVD-capable MP3/CD player in your car, with USB connectibility. No more need to carry around large numbers of CDs in your car when one DVD data disk can hold 60 albums! reply


05-17-2008 06:46 PM

how do I put songs on my CD??? reply


05-17-2008 07:12 PM

I want to put songs on my CD

Can you guys tell me how?

im literally begging you reply


07-09-2008 04:38 PM

how do you put a video song on a cd reply


09-12-2008 11:55 AM
Dick Tracy

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10-09-2008 08:04 PM

i want to download 50 songs into one cd how do i do that reply


03-04-2009 02:50 AM

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03-08-2009 04:17 AM

To have as many songs on one disc:

Make sure your Disc player can play .mp3, and make sure your audio files are .mp3. If they aren’t make sure to either have a disc player that supports play-back of that file type or convert to .mp3.

Now, fire up your disc burning program and select data mode.

After that select the files to add and burn away.

The disc should be playable, it is on this end.

135 Rock songs on disc 1 and another 125 hip hop songs on Disc 2. reply


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