Make mp3s from CDs

If you have Windows Media Player on your computer you can make mp3s from audio CDs. First make sure it is set up to rip CDs into mp3s. Open Media Player and go to Organize/Options and then Rip Music. You'll then see Rip settings and Format. Select MP3 which will be the smallest file size and standard sound quality of 128 Kbps. At the bottom click on Apply and finally OK. Next put an audio CD into the computer tray and click on Rip CD at the top. You should see Unknown album just below that and to the right under Title all the tracks that are being ripped or copied with the Length or time of each track, Rip status, and Contributing artist and under that Unknown artist which will be the folder name that you will find in the Music section of your computer after all the tracks are ripped. Finally after taking out the CD you can change Unknown album, artist, etc. as well as the titles of  your new mp3 tracks to their actual names.  
Music Side Thoughts And Rambling
Willie Dixon wrote Hootchie Kootchie Man and in 1954 Muddy Waters first recorded it in the studio with Willie there on bass. In the song are the words "got 700 dollars and don't you mess with me". If you go to clicking on consumer price index calculator and then typing in $700 and 1954 you can see that it had the same buying power as $6,057.29 today in 2013. Elvis Presley bought a $5,000 pink Cadillac in 1955 that he gave to his mother and that cost today would be about $43,427.80.
A new Cadillac ATS sedan goes for $33,095 to $55,000 and that $43,427.80 is right about in the middle.

Willie Dixon sings Hootchie Kootchie Man.

Elvis Presley sings Heartbreak Hotel.