There are scores of different conversions software available on the market to
produce MP3 audio files from a CD
Regardless of which conversion software you use, follow these
◙ MP3 (256KBps, constant bitrate recommended)
◙ All audio file names must begin with a numeral, may not exceed 50 characters,
and may not include any of the following reserved characters: < > : " / \ | ? *
◙ Audio file names must end in an appropriate dot extension: ( .MP3)
Software Option #1 for Converting CD Music to MP3
First you need to download this neat little program called CD Ripper.
It's free! Click
here to download .
Once downloaded, click the .exe files to set up and install the software.
1) Open the CD Ripper Free Software
Insert the CD to be converted to MP3 into your computer's CD player
the track you want to rip by checking them of to the left of the track number
MP3 as the output format
5) Click show options in the bottom.
6) Set MP3 bitrate to 256 kbps
Set the output folder for the album name
8) Set the File Name Format to be [artist].[title]
9) Click Rip Now to convert your songs on the CD to MP3
Software Option #2 for Converting CD Music to MP3
users can always use Windows Media Player to convert their CDs to MP3s.
Once the music CD is in the drive, look for the Rip button and just make sure
of the following:
Your Format >> MP3
Your Bitrate >> 256kbps
Also check the path for the “Rip Music to this location” so you know where your
song will end up.
Note: Not all CD converters work well with all operating systems. If the
instructions here don't work on your system search online to find one that is
right for you.
Important! Always check every
converted song, to be sure they sound A-OK