Yes and no. When you tell software to specifically burn an audio CD, it's actually burning in CDA (CD Audio) format. The guts of CDA files are identical to the guts of WAV files, but CDA has some extra wrapper info in them meant specifically for the CD player.
If you're telling it to specifically burn WAV files, you're telling it to burn data files, not audio disc files. I don't know how AA3's File menu is worded, but it should not give you the option of burining WAVs to an audio CD, because those are two different things.
Also, if you have 12 tracks averaging 85MB each, that comes out to 970MB, which is about one-third more than the maximum an audio CD can hold at their maximum of 650-700MB.
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