Try lime wire
In order to transfer mp3s on a disk you just need to burn them. If your stereo doesn't read mp3s than you need the appropriate software to convert them. Go to google, type "mp3 to wav," click on the program of your choice.
You burn them as data on Nero or roxio
the mp3 source may be from multiple files, put together piecemeal. If the mp3 source is a commercial CD, the media player may mistransfer/misconvert the signal to the burn disc.
i dont know of any software like that but at mp3raid.com you can download mp3s for free.
Yes. All you need to do is: 1. install a good DVD burning software. 2. copy and save your mp3 files to your computer. 3. open DVD next copy next tech and click on burn DVD disc. 4. select burn as data and look for the folder where you saved your mp3 files. 5. click select then ok. 6. insert your blank DVD disc and then wait for the burning process to finish. 7. once it's done, remove the the DVD disc and that's it.
Get yourself some audio editing software, and follow the directions.
you will need a program to burn mp3s to audio CD. try NERO. it is easy to access.
Itunes is the most common app for IPad3 to download music and MP3s.
If you are needing IT software but don't want to pay for there are a few different sites you can check out. The first site is IT Shareware. IT Shareware carries software from shareware to games to MP3s. Another excellent site is CNet. CNet offers both freeware and software you must pay for, but searching for the freeware is pretty simple.
You have to have a CD burner on your computer. And if you don't have a program to burn cds go to download.com and type in CD burner programs.
They use .wav files but the files can be converted to MP3's if need be.
your mum get her to give you some money to buy it you silly chav
There are several outlets one can visit to download MP3s legally. Firstly would be to visit the artist's webpage as they sometimes upload a free version of their song. Amazon at times will also offer free MP3 downloads as well.
If you burn Mp3s to a CD (Burn as DATA not Audio), then you will be able to fit far more music onto it.Providing you have a CD player that can play back DATA CDs this will work much better for you than burning audio.Instead of having upto say 20 tracks you could have 300 on one disc!
CNET.com has free downloads of MP3s
It isn't always illegal to burn music from the internet, silly plums!You can download MP3s from bands who give their stuff away for free...so here is one way to do .You can get sound files by writing www.ringtones2world.com
Try Limewire and here is a video on how to get the pro version for free. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eTOfoJxUnQ
iTunes is by far the most popular mp3 site, for music and videos. You can download free mp3s, and also purchase mp3s from iTunes. The website is http://www.itunes.com.
goto plaympfree.com register for free-there you can listen to music and download mp3s even create a playlist.
all I know is anime mp3s try this link: http://gendou.com/amusic
The easiest way is to rename the files, ie: Track001.mp3, Track002.mp3, etc.
You can burn MP3s to a CD and they'll play just fine on almost any modern CD