GNOME Audio CD creator that uses standalone decoders and cdrdao to burn an audio CD from your digital music library. MixMaker is an audio CD compilation program for GNOME. It allows for easy creation of mixed-CDs by utilizing user-defined input decoders for converting compressed audio such as OGG Vorbis or MP3, to CD-ready WAV files. MixMaker uses cdrdao for authoring the actual audio CDs. In essence, MixMaker is a versatile, easy-to-use GNOME front-end for your favorite audio decoders and cdrdao.
With MixMaker's simple drag-and-drop track layout, creating a mixed audio CD in GNOME has never been easier: drag your music into MixMaker, and click "Burn!"
Note: MixMaker is unmaintained, and discontinued. It is posted here in case someone may find it useful. It is still slightly unstable, and many planned features were never implemented. It does work (at least on my system), with a working cdrdao and set of decoders. I think the latest version will try to autodetect and confgure decoders.