I am helping a friend with a project. She recently started training as a fitness instructor. She needs to make a copy of a CD. However, the disk she is to make a copy of is not a real CD per se, it is a CDR that contains two files. One of them has an .aif extension (about 290MB). The other file is a small .xml file (2KB). It will not play in a regular CD player. The .aif file consists of eight music tracks, totaling 28 minutes. But it is only one file. Is it possible to create a CD with eight distinct tracks that can play on ANY CD player? If so, what software will I need (and are there freeware alternatives)? I am running Windows XP Home. Thanks in advance.