I'm running Linux Mint 18 Cinnamon 64-bit (Cinnamon Version 3.0.7)
I'm having fun and learning a ton but have come up against a new minor issue / problem: which is what is the best / easiest way to make audio cds.
I'd like to be able to burn both MP3 discs as well as old school audio cds (songs, mostly).
As for software to do so, I've been mostly using Rhythmbox to manage and play my music - I've got thousands of songs - but when it came time to burn a CD, I couldn't find a way to do it.
I like Rhythmbox (and it's UI) but I'm not tied to it, so if someone else knows of an app that they like, please let me know.
I did the usual Google search and, as best as I can tell, I'm missing some type of plug-in in Rhythmbox that should allow me that option.
I tried making a CD with Brasero - and I was able to do so - but the interface was clunky and once the songs were dumped in there, I couldn't rearrange the order.
And as for my plug-in options in Rhythmbox, here's what I'm seeing:
So there you go.
Any illumination, always greatly appreciated.