Converting to CD persay would simply involve burning a CD from the WAV files. There are no actual CD files. You might have seen .cda files in Windows. This is Windows' way of representing the audio tracks on a CD. You can keep the wav files on your computer because they are in essence totally uncompressed audio. However to save space you could convert them to .mp3 or some other lossy format.
I'm a DJ who is making the switch to digital and want the highest quality when using on my digital turntables. When you say "simply involving", I'm at my wits end trying to figure this out. Am I converting the WAV files to CDA? WMA? What is the highest quality (MP3 is completely out of the question) of these formats?
I have Roxio, Blaze Media, ITunes...none of them just say convert to CD. When I do, it copies the WAV files and they do not play on my equipment. Do I compress these WAV files to something else?
Basically, there is no one button I can click on any of these programs that just converts itI'm feeling a bit stooopid here...