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If it's not longer than 80 minutes, it'll fit. Most burning programs nowadays convert MP3's to the correct format for burning audio CD's too. Just make sure you create a CD using an audio CD template instead of data CD.
Well you could also split the recording into multiple files and then burn each one onto a CD.
If you already have it as a .mp3, you can record it as data onto a CD, but it'll only play on CD players that support the .mp3 and CD-R format and of course on your computer. Just make sure, it's under 650 MBs.
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