Just like LP Recorder and
LP Ripper, LP Burner is designed to do just one thing and do it well: make
audio CDs from stereo WAV files.
Most general purpose CD / DVD burning programs are designed to handle dozens of
different file formats, CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray disks etc. etc. That might sound good
at first but the end result is often over-complicated and difficult to use. If all
you need to do is make audio CDs to play on standard stereo equipment, from WAV
files you have created with LP Recorder and LP Ripper, then LP Burner was developed
just for you.
LP Recorder, LP Ripper and
LP Burner are used together to record an LP or cassette
to a CD in this way:
Use LP Recorder to record both sides of your LP or tape to a single CD-quality WAV file
onto your hard disk.
Select Split Tracks from the LP Recorder menu to launch LP Ripper to split the large WAV file into a separate WAV file for each track.
Select Burn Tracks from the LP Ripper menu to launch LP Burner to copy the resulting track WAV files to a blank CD-R disk.
Refer to the Quickstart Guide supplied with each program for more detailed
If you are using other recording or track-splitting software - no problem. If the
audio recordings originated from tapes, cassettes, radio, TV, DVD, VCR, the Internet
etc. - no problem. As long as the recordings are standard CD-quality* WAV files
then LP Burner can create audio CDs from those files as well.
* Standard CD quality = 16-bit stereo 44.1 kHz uncompressed
Simple to use - no unnecessary complicated features
Compatible with LP Recorder and LP Ripper
Knows where to find tracks recently created by LP Ripper
Tracks are listed in the same order as the default LP Ripper track names
The order of the tracks can be easily rearranged
Supported on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
Download the trial copy of LP Burner to make
sure it works well on your system. It includes all features of the registered full
version for you to use for an unlimited time except that only the first two tracks
listed are actually copied to the CD.