Burrrn is a little tool for burrrning audio CDs with CD-Text from various audio files. Supported formats are: wav, mp3, mpc, ogg, aac, mp4, ape, flac, ofr, wv, tta, m3u, pls and fpl playlists and cue sheets. You can also burn EAC's noncompliant image + cue sheets. It can read all types of tags from all these formats (including ape tags in mp3).
Reviewing 1.14 Beta 2 (Oct 14, 2008)
Burningwise, Burrrn does everything ImgBurn won't. If you need a little program to burn AudioCDs, look no further. And I was once again surprised by how small a great program can be!
Reviewing 1.14 Beta 2 (Dec 21, 2007)
decent, works fine, burns FLAC realy well, no need to use anything else, free! :)
Reviewing 1.14 Beta 2 (May 18, 2007)
This excellent tool along with Imgburn is all you need for burning everything on CD/DVD,easy,compact,gets the job done and best of all its FREE!
Reviewing 1.14 Beta 2 (Mar 6, 2006)
I am very happy with Burrrn because it is a small and simple program which does the disk-at-once burning which I need for operas. I am using Burrrn version 1.14 beta 2 with XP home SP2. There is a convenient "disk info" button which verifies that you have a blank disk in the drive and it tells you the capacity of the disk in minutes. After adding files to the burn list you can drag and drop them to get them in the correct order. The total length of all files to be burned is given in a box on the RHS of the window so you can verify that you are not trying to put too much music on the disk. I had to uncheck all the boxes under settings/replay-gain because the default setting with "dither" gave noisy recordings with my wav files. I had been using Nero Express 5.5 on my old computer but it is an OEM version which would not transfer to my new computer and I did not want to buy a copy of the latest Nero bloatware. I find Burrrn to be easier to use than Nero and a lot smaller. I am using Burrrn in conjunction with AudioGrabber, a free ripper, which does an excellent job of avoiding the copy protection that is often inserted in CD recordings of operas. Nero 5.5 could not deal with the copy protection problems so the combo of AudioGrabber and Burrn is very simple and much more effective than Nero.
Reviewing 1.14 Beta 2 (Oct 21, 2005)
Works well for me, under Windows XP Pro.
Windows 98 doesn't work well with a lot of these burning programs It may have something to do with the ASPI layer, or the simple fact that the OS is seven years old.
Reviewing 1.14 Beta (Jul 18, 2005)
This is /the/ only app I will use for burning Audio CDs. Nothing does better to eliminate the gaps inbetween tracks that blend into eachother, especially from non-Űber-ized sources. If you're serious about the quality of your burned Audio CDs, there's no need to look anywhere else.
Reviewing 1.13 (Apr 18, 2005)
Absolutely wonderful. I burned a lot of CD audio from MP3, APE, FLAC files. All perfect. Great freeware. Bye bye Nero. Congrats to author.
Reviewing 1.13 (Apr 18, 2005)
Been using this for over a year, and is one of my faves for quick & easy music file conversions. If you are having problems getting it to run right, try
setting it to work under Win98 in XP.
Wish it could do gapfree burns, though...
Reviewing 1.12 (Apr 15, 2005)
had all of these errors , crashed and didnt burn anything. dont touch this until they understand the term ''stable ''
Reviewing 1.051 (Oct 28, 2003)
After the installation (on Win98SE) there was first times a system-crash. After repeated restart of the system it works again.
No editing of the title-lines possible.
Is it possible with BUrrrn, to get ungapped private CD's from multitracked continuous music (operas) downloaded as MP3 files?
Is it possible with Burrrn to get ungapped private CD's from richly tracked continuous music (as operas) downloaded necessarilly as MP3 files (that have a gap)?