Audio CD's use CDDA as it's format. CDDA is a PCM format, aka Pulse Code Modulation. Totally uncompressed.
Wav is also a PCM format.
Any burning program with it's weight in, well, anything really, can make audio cd's.
Nearly every burner is bundled with either Nero, EZCD or Record Now DX, and in these programs, you just need to select Audio CD compilation & then drag & drop your .WAV's onto the compilation.
It is good practice to burn your Audio CD's at 16-24x.
There is much speculation over whether high burning speed causes problems, and for a 1 minute difference, why take the chance?