ImgBurn is what most of us use for burning data and video. If you don't have it, be careful of the installer, as there is usually one add-on you have to decline.
For cd's, it depends on what you want. Mp3 burned as data only is easy in ImgBurn. If you want Audio CD format, you can make a cue file in ImgBurn from the mp3 files, and burn that cue file to a disc.
By the way, I would never burn BD media at 10x. I normally only use top quality media (FTI Falcon or Verbatim) and burn at 4x, or on rare occasions in the past, 6x.