I don't understand. For years I have taken mp3 files of a concert (stored on my PC), converted them to WAV files so that I can put them into the Roxio "Create Music CD Project" program so that I can close the gap between the files so there is no pause between the songs, burned the CD, and it plays on my car stereo, my home CD player and my computer. Same thing if I open "Create Music CD Project," and then save different songs from the CD's as WAV files to the project. At the end I put a new CD-R into my burner, hit the burn button, and create a music CD that can play anywhere. When you add audio tracks into a CD project, you are given various options (WAV, mp3 good quality, iPod AAC good quality). I prefer burning audio CD's with WAV files because they give the best sound quality. However, as I have indicated above, for some odd reason, Roxio has stopped doing this. It won't allow me to burn an audio CD unless I have "Save disc image file" clicked. I think I have corrupt software, as a person mentioned above. I probably need to stop upgrading online and by the newest version and have it mailed to me so I can install and reinstall on CD as needed.