With the large number of free and legal music downloads becoming available online we can now download and listen to them on your computer. Local bands like JacSharp or international artists like Coldplay release tracks or albums online and allow you to download the mp3 format for free.
Listening them on your computer is fine but nothing compares to listening to your favourite artists using your car radio’s sound system. I don’t know many users who have USB ports on their radio’s yet so it is more than likely that you burn CDs to listen to in your car.
Windows usually need programs like Nero. The linux g33ks do it via the command line and in the past if you wee a mac user burning a CD to disk required a bit of know-how. Not any more. Snow Leopard, the new version of OS X, makes burning a new CD or DVD easy.
- Create a folder
- Drag files and folders you want to that folder (be sure not to exceed the CD or DVDs capacity)
- Right-Click the folder and select burn to disk
It will then burn a CD or DVD in a few seconds or minutes without requiring an additional program. It just works. What disk do you use to burn CDs? Your Web AddiCT is a Verbatim fan. Yeah the Verbatim CD-R and Verbatim DVD-R is more pricey than Princo or any other brand you can buy from a stall on the side of the road or Chinese Discount Shop here in South Africa but when exposed to sunlight in your car they don’t mess up..