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    trajillo's Avatar Fitter Happier
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    Goldwave...or if you want....adobe audition



    goldwave is more basic and AA is more for producing songs etc. i still use it

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    worldpease's Avatar always annoying
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    NERO 6 has a very simple aplication that does exactly that,
    as I said, its very simple and easy, and also in NERO, is a remastering app,
    I did it with a song my dad had on 'kct', you know, one of those songs
    you just won'tfind on the web.

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    Get this built-in cassette deck for your PC...

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    abu_has_the_power's Avatar I have cool stars
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    i use my iriver h320. hook up the tape player to the line in, and record to mp3 in real time at any bitrate i like. god i love my iriver h320
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    fkdup74's Avatar Pneuberator.
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    well, if you want absolutely free, Audacity can do it
    (it's pretty nice for a freeware)

    Polderbits Sound Recorder (I've used this for analog recording before, very nice)
    Adobe Audition (kinda bloated for just recording a tape or two)

    or you can google "wav recorder" to get some more ideas,
    but I'm not sure how many freewares are out there

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    what quality of sound do you get when transfered?

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    fkdup74's Avatar Pneuberator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clearlight
    what quality of sound do you get when transfered?
    you can actually get a fairly decent rip of a cassette
    the good apps for recording from analog have options to remove tape hiss, pops, etc
    and you can play around with the dB settings too
    all in all I was fairly impressed with the quality
    but a decent tape deck doesn't hurt though
    one with at least Dolby B and/or C noise reduction
    Last edited by FKDUP74; 07-05-2005 at 10:11 PM.


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