Transfering cassette to my computer

Discussion in 'Music' started by MikeH1, Sep 13, 2004.

  1. MikeH1

    MikeH1 Screenwriter

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    I have some tapes that I used to mix and blend songs together with from back in da day. I would like to transfer a few of these to my pc and convert to digital to a decent file size and I really don't know where to start. I use WMP9 as my audio jukebox, I'm not sure if it has this feature. I do have my Denon 2802 hooked up to the pc with a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz soundcard. I have no digital connection to the reciever, just a analog one. Anyway, is this possible? Anyone no of a decent program to use and a good tutorial on how to do it?

    Thanks all.
     
  2. ElevSkyMovie

    ElevSkyMovie Supporting Actor

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    I would recommend cd wave editor. It is easy to use, easy to index tracks with, and it's free.

    Other audio editors that will record are GoldWave (good, with a time limit), Acoustica (time limit) and Audacity (free).
     
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  4. MikeH1

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    OK guys thanks for the links I got it working. A big thanks [​IMG]
     

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