How to Burn a CD With Rhythmbox

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Rhythmbox is an audio management application for Gnome-based Linux operating systems, including Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Fedora and Mint. You can quickly burn albums or playlist mixes to a CD from the Rhythmbox context menu. The CD burning utility is built into the Rhythmbox software, enabling you to burn CDs with almost no configuration.

  • Click "Applications" and select "Sound & Video," then "Rhythmbox Music Player."

  • Right-click the tracks or album you would like to burn to CD and select "Add to Playlist," then "New Playlist."

  • Type "CD Burn" as the name for the playlist and press "Enter."

  • Add additional tracks to the burn project, if needed, by dragging and dropping the tracks from the library to the playlist item in the Rhythmbox sidebar.

  • Insert a blank CD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive.

  • Right-click the playlist and select "Create Audio CD."

  • Review the settings of the burn project and then click "Create." The disc burning project takes a few minutes to complete.

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