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Audio Cassettes

Discussion in 'Audio' started by jayowenju, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. jayowenju

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    Hi does anyone know of any free ware to copy audio tapes to CD on a computer. Jim
     
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    Just connect your cassette player to your audio in on sound card with stereo 1/8 mini pins and regular RCA plugs on the cassette deck. You'll have to set your sound card to activate the record volume control. If you have EZ Creator or Nero already, their sound editors will also do this for you.
     
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    Thanks for the info Jim
     
  5. lancia

    lancia Guest

    Can I recomend you look at "Audiograbber" software, easy to use and it automatically looks for blank spots in the incoming signal and starts a new track, otherwise you end up with one long track.
    Al.
     

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