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Recording audio data to CD with a computer requires a device known as a Sound Card. Sound Cards allow you to capture audio to your hard drive so you can listen, edit, manipulate, and record the audio to CD-R. Most computers come with Sound Cards built in, but they probably don't have the features or the sound quality you will require. As with most technology, there are many different Sound Cards with many different features available. The following tutorials will explain the key elements of Sound Cards.