How can I burn a CD from songs on iTunes?

PapaRiver

My car doesn’t have an input that would allow me to use my iPod for music while I drive. I tried one of those things that uses an FM signal, but it was terrible. I do have a CD player though. Is it possible to burn a CD with music from iTunes?

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jimlynch
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Here's a great primer on how to burn a CD in iTunes.

http://support.apple.com/kb/TA38263?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US

"To burn an audio CD:

Open iTunes.
From the iTunes menu, choose Preferences.
Click the Burning button.
Select "Audio CD" as the disc format.

To have iTunes adjust the volume of the songs so they all play at the same level, click the checkbox labeled "Use Sound Check". This can be useful if your playlist has songs from different albums.
Click OK.
Select the playlist you want to burn to the CD. You can only burn a CD from the songs in a playlist.

Click the Burn Disc button.
Insert a blank CD-R disc and click Burn Disc again."

Meilin Dai
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it is possible, but you need to get the itunes music, you should remove the drm protected from itunes.

bralphye
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Sure, you can do it, and it is easy. Here is a video that walks you through the steps. Rock on. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3txOCO-xOXw

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