Misha gave good advise on grabbing audio CDÂ´s to your harddisc.
But you want to burn an audiofile on a CD that playÂ´s in regular CD players, right?
Misha is right you donÂ´t need a .CDA converter…actually there is no such thing as a .CDA converter.
CD writing programs can make audio-CDÂ´s from regular .WAV files. Prepare your music on your harddisc as a .WAV file. Start an audio-CD session in your CD writing program. Import the WAV files and burn it. ThatÂ´s all.
[This message has been edited by Nostrofu (edited 19 June 2000).]