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Cassette Tapes To Mp3

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does anyone know how to "rip" or get a song off a cassette into mp3 form?

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Run the tape player into your sound card inpu... and capture the sound...

then convert the file...

 

Normally sound recorders save as wave files....

 

 

 

- At least this is how I recorded some stuff from my Grand dads tapes...

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The tape player I used had a line out.... I ran the line out to my sound cards line in....

 

 

There are several progies you can use... Sound Recorder works if you can't find anything else.... I think I used sound forge or something like that... it's been a while.... that recorded it in wav format... there are several programs out that take your wav to mp3/cda after that....

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well i just have a old walkman cassette player. i was gunna hook that up to the reciever and then hook the reciever upto the computer. would that work or is there an easier way? -im not worried about the format, it can always be changed-

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What I do, saves me time.. pretty decent quality..

Hook the jack in to the caset player and the other end of the jack in to the microphone slot in the sound card.. open up sound recorder.. turn on the mic, and hit record.. so instead of recording ur voice thru the mic.. its recording the tape as its being played.. :P

 

pretty simple in cheezy I know.. but hey.. Its eazy and Im lazy! lol..

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my friend has cassette tapes of his band that he recorded off his pa. so i told him id try to get it on the comp and put it on a cd.any other suggestions? :ph34r:

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k i looked and on the sound card i gots the black pink white green and a few other colors on there... but how the heck do i hook the reciever up to that?

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That is the sound of Analog recording...

 

Great isn't it?

 

Depending on what program you are using, you may be able to adjust the settings on the eq and clear it up some....

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