This article is from the CD-Recordable FAQ, by Andy McFadden (email@example.com) with numerous contributions by others.
Platforms supported: Windows (95, NT, 2K)
See http://www.net-burner.com/ (demo available)
Net-Burner lets you wrap up data into a self-extracting -- and
self-recording -- downloadable file. For example, Music Net-Burner lets
you wrap up MP3s, jewel case art, and a track listing into a single
executable file. When run, the program unpacks itself and writes to
a CD recorder. It does on-the-fly MP3 decoding, supports overburning,
and can do disc-at-once recording. Data Net-Burner does the same sort
of thing for CD-ROMs.
MP3-Burner creates audio CDs from MP3 files.