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Old 01-31-2008
RalfG
 

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Re: Recording vinyl to my computer
A bit late to the thread but Roxio had a decent vinyl ripping utility in its
Media Creator Suite. Software included automatic track splitting and
pop/click/noise removal if needed.

"Cider Drinker" <CiderDrinker@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E74D7CCB-733E-4F99-9F64-5F2441ED9645@microsoft.com...
> Thanks for the advice people. I shall have a look for some software that
> isn't likely to tax the few remaining brain cells that I have!
>
> "Edward" wrote:
>
>>
>> "Cider Drinker" <Cider Drinker@discussions.microsoft.com> schreef in
>> bericht
>> news:6E99AF18-503C-43E5-93A7-BA55CC421594@microsoft.com...
>> >I am lead to believe that there is/was Microsoft software for
>> >transferring
>> >my
>> > vinyl to my Media Player. If such software isn't available, can someone
>> > suggest an alterative. Can you please keep the answer relatively simple
>> > as
>> > I'm not too hot at this game. Thanks muchly people.

>>
>> My situation is slightly different but maybe this helps. I record the
>> headphone-out of a minidisc recorder (which is an analogue signal) throuh
>> the line in of the PC. All you need is a good program. I use the
>> excellent
>> program Goldwave. It turns the analogue signal into digital and it has
>> sophisticated editing facilities. It's realy worth the 45 US dollars, you
>> can't do without a good program if you are in the analogue conversion
>> business
>>
>>


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