jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET
Mon Jan 10 21:58:11 MST 2005
You'll need to connect your tape deck or turntable's output to the input
of your computer's sound card. This is usually somewhere on the back of
your computer. If you're using a turntable you may need a preamp. Some
cartridges produce a signal that's not strong enough for the sound card to
Next you'll need some software to handle the recording. Goldwave is a
program that's good for this. Before you start the recording make sure
the software is set for 44.1khz resolution. Be sure to set the stereo
option if your source was recorded in stereo.
When you think you're ready, make a test recording of a few seconds to
make sure you have all the settings right. Once you're satisfied you've
got the settings right, record the tape or album.
There are some programs that are good at removing the surface noise from
Once the recording is done, it will be ready to burn to CD. Most CD
writing software is fairly easy to use and there are several to choose
In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
Del Boy for President.
On Mon, 10 Jan 2005, John wrote:
> That would be Mr. Nantz's forte, actually........step right up,
> Jim and tell the man how it is......
> John Q.
> On Mon Jan 10 18:37:03 PST 2005, "Dudley D. Doright"
> <f16rsdad at JUNO.COM> wrote:
> >> I have one of his records but my player needs repair before I can
> >> rip it
> >> to cd. I played the clarinet stick in HS band.
> > Does any one know what is needed to put records & cassettes on
> > the
> > compute and transfer them to CD?
> > Thanks,
> > DD
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