My bandmates and I have just finished the first mixdown of nine recordings and would like to place them all onto a cd in order to listen to them on other systems and judge what needs to be fine-tuned or blended better, etc. The problem is that we recorded six tracks using Mac's GarageBand and the remaining three using Cubase LE. We had both of these programs during recording, however being newbies to the world of recording, we opted to use the more newbie recording program--Garageband, to record our songs. The drummer laid down the first six songs (all straight-forward 4/4 songs, on Garageband) and then discovered the remaining three that had either tempo changes, signature changes, or both, couldn't be mapped out with Garageband. We then forced ourselves to use Cubase, learned how to create a drum map successfully, and were pleased with the results of the recordings in general. Sorry for the life story, I just figured I'd clear up any questions on why there are both AIFF files (from GarageBand), and WAV files (from Cubase), that need to somehow be on the same cd for the same band. We tried very hard on the recording and mixing processes so we'd hate to have to suffer through seeing our files be converted to mp3's, which will almost defeat our efforts, just to fit on a cd. Is there any way that we could either convert the AIFF files into WAV, or vice versa, to make that not have to happen? Just to let you know, we usually burn cd's via Windows Media Player, which we tried to use when we recognized the problem. P.S. We are newbies so sorry if this is a silly question.