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If you want to compile multiple audio CDs to one disk that you can play on a regular DVD player, you can create a DVD-Audio (DVD-A). It’s especially useful to group CDs that have a short play time (around 30 mins). One DVD-A can hold about 550 mins at CD quality (44.1khz).
To make them on the Mac, download the free application Burn here:
Choose the Audio tab, then select DVD-Audio; Drag files over from iTunes or the Finder; reorder if you wish and burn the disk.
To conserve the CD audio quality, make sure your source audio files are not lossy compressed by using AIFF/FLAC/ALAC/WAV formats instead of MP3/M4A/etc… Many tools help you to rip your CDs at full quality (iTunes, Max, … or XLD, my favorite: http://tmkk.pv.land.to/xld/index_e.html).
If you want to install CLI tools on MacOS X, I recommend Homebrew:
You will have to remove Fink/MacPort first if you installed them previously. Don’t forget to add /usr/local/bin to your PATH.