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Cassette Tape to CD-R

Discussion in 'Audio' started by AWMJr., Oct 23, 2004.

  1. AWMJr.

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    Would like to copy old cassette tapes to cd-r, how hard is thes?
     
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    To convert the audio on your cassette from analog to digital, you need a standard tape player and a sound card with line-in.

    1. Connect your tape player to your sound card's line-in terminal with a 1/8-inch minijack.

    2. Install Musicmatch Jukebox and set it to record the line-in channel as a WAV file.

    3. Press play on your tape deck and Record on Musicmatch.


    Now you can burn your WAV file to CD or convert it to MP3.

    If you need to clean up your audio tracks to get rid of pops and hisses, use Magix audio cleaning lab or Roxio Spin Doctor, included in Easy Media Creator, Easy CD & DVD Creator, and Toast.
     
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    Uponthis,
    Thanks a bunch, kinda thought that was all I needed was wanted to d-ck b 4 getting started.
     
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    Your very welcome
     

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