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Transfering old records to cd's...


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#1 of 7 Luis S

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Posted November 29 2004 - 11:29 AM

Anybody know how to do it? Do I need a particular soundcard? Program? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Im actually trying to do this for my father. He's got some oldies he wants to transfer and clean up on cd. I have no idea where to start. Anyway thanks in advance!

Luis S
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#2 of 7 John Watson

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Posted November 29 2004 - 11:59 AM

Try SEARCH. This subject is always coming up.

http://www.hometheat....hreadid=215526

#3 of 7 Ted Lee

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Posted November 29 2004 - 12:09 PM

more info then you probably want to read...but here ya go.

http://www.delback.co.uk/lp-cdr.htm
 

#4 of 7 Luis S

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Posted November 29 2004 - 12:17 PM

Thanks guys, didnt realize its been discussed around here before.:b Ill do a little reading and check back with some questions...

Thanks again,

Luis S
Neo: "Its been an honor sir."

Morpheus: " No,the honor is still mine."

#5 of 7 Kyle McKnight

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Posted November 29 2004 - 02:30 PM

Cool, use the old threads for questions just to keep them all together. Once you read though, you shouldn't have a problem.
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#6 of 7 Seth--L

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Posted November 29 2004 - 05:38 PM

Here's another option, if you have $1,000 to spend:

Buy a DAT recorder (used) and Pro Tools with a MBox. Run turntable's line out into the DAT recorder's line in. Record the music to DAT. Then capture the DAT, cleanup the sound in Pro Tools, bounce to disk, burn to CD.
Well - There it is.
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#7 of 7 Luis S

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Posted December 06 2004 - 06:21 PM

Ok guys,

I printed out all the info provided. Going to go the with the info from the link Ted posted (Thanks for the link!) Im going play around with it myself and hopefully have it figured out in time to hook my dad up for Christmas. Thanks for all your help everybody,its very appreciated.This project had me kinda stumped. I will of course post if I run into problems. :b

Thanks Again,

Luis S
Neo: "Its been an honor sir."

Morpheus: " No,the honor is still mine."