Artie Shaw

Dudley D. Doright f16rsdad at JUNO.COM
Tue Jan 11 14:18:46 MST 2005


Thanks Jim, John, Jose, and Stephen.  I can't wait to get started.  I've
been collecting records since the early 50's

DD
On Tue, 11 Jan 2005 04:41:59 -0800 "Stephen A. Frye" <s.frye at VERIZON.NET>
writes:
> It's really easy, I do it all the time.
>
> Most sound cards/connections have an input.  Your turntable must
> have a
> pre-amp.  The high quality ones of old with magnetic cartridges will
> NOT
> work.  You can either buy a small pre-amp, or you can buy a
> turntable with
> one built in.  I got mine at Circuit City for $90.  The Roxio
> software has
> capturing capability.  I didn't know that at first, and I bought a
> program
> off the Internet for $10 that captures the audio - either as wave or
> mp3 -
> your choice.  I capture the whole record or cassette and then use
> the Roxio
> software to split the single huge file into multiples.  Then burn
> the
> CD.  If you don't have Roxio, there are programs on the Internet for
> $10
> that will split the file.  email me with any questions - I've done
> abut 100
> so far (cassettes and LP's).
>
> Steve
>
> At 06:37 PM 1/10/2005, you 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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