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    How can I copy a Cassette tape to a disk? :helpsmile:

  2. Music   -   #2
    connect the cassette recorder to the "line in" jack of your pc, using a stereo cable (RCA plugs) and an adapter that lets you plug the cable into the line-in jack (headphone style plug). both are easily available at Radio Shack or most other places that sell audio/video cables.

    in Volume Control in Windows, select "line in" as the recording source. then use a program that records WAV files to record it. i prefer GoldWave, but there are plenty of other programs that can do it. from there, you can burn to CD, convert to MP3, or whatever you please.

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    Thats what I am doing but it's not working.

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    Try switching the different audio sources or turning the volume of the tape player up.

  5. Music   -   #5
    first of all i suggest you put the tape through some sort of pre amp , eg like a disco mixer or something like that so you can boost the sound up

    where you pluged the tape player in i assume its the aux input

    go to you sound control

    the one with all the volume sliders ect and go to the recording section and select aux as the input , its usualy the mic that is selected

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