It's far better that you NOT post an email address. There's no better way that I know of to guarantee more SPAM than you would ever dream possible (although you certainly fight that battle already since AOL seemingly doesn't much care about really doing something about it, IMO).
Now, sermonette over, and on to your question...
Do you have the full (Platinum) version of ECDC or the basic version that comes with so many burners? If you have the basic version, I'd recommend that you upgrade to Easy Media Creator Version 7. An alternative is Ahead Software's Nero Version 6.4. Both cost about $90, and are the best for your project. Both also have filters that will help with the elimination of clicks, pops, etc. Just be careful not to get too heavy handed with them; better to leave some LP noise on your files than to remove the higher frequencies of the performances. Need I state that CLEAN LP's copy better?
Where do you intend to play these CD's? If the answer is in a home or car CD player, then the only solution is to burn the LP's to CD as .WAV files. If you intend to listen to them on your PC, then Mp3's would be fine - and you'd get more music on each CD.
The actual method is simple in theory: Hook up the turntable to a preamp or preamp section of a receiver which in turn is wired to your PC's soundcard. Using your software, record the LP to the hard drive (hope you have plenty of hard drive space!) then to CD. The devil, of course, remains in the details...
I Googled "burning lp to cd" and came up with this:
P.S. Expect to make mistakes; in practice this isn't as easy as I just made it sound (trust me - I know). One quick hint: Open your Windows Volume Control and make sure that "Line In" is NOT muted; else, you'll record nothing...