Wanna know how to make a Balto Soundtrack...?

Wanna know how to make a Balto Soundtrack...?


Don't worry! It's leagal!


NOTE: This article is intended for Windows users to follow, so these steps won't be the same on other platforms.

Don't worry! It's legal! Making a soundtrack IS legal (er...I only checked in the UK) unless you sell it!

BurnAll you need is a batch of blank CD's that are RE-WRITABLE, of course. Take one of your blanks CD's and place it into your computer's optical drive. If you don't have an optical drive, you can order or purchase an external CD/DVD drive. Just make sure that the drive you purchased can burn CD's. Once you've placed the CD into the optical drive, a pop-up asking you if you'd like to use it as a music or data CD will appear. Click on the "Burn Files to Disc" option. Now,  go to your music folder and highlight all the tracks you want on the CD and click 'Burn to Disc'. This may take up to 3 minutes depending on the amount of tracks you have on it. Your disc will then come out automatically. You now have your Balto Soundtrack!

A box? You need a box now? Okay! Boxes can be bought right next to the Blank CD's in stores. In colour or see-through. Now all you need to do is find a picture, right? You can also buy glossy paper for affect. Pictures can be seen on my DeviantArt profile (Sooty123) So that's you pictures taken care of! Now Balto 2 and 3?

Using a simple microphone from Singstar PS2 or PS3 you can record sounds from your computer easily!


Thanks for reading!






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