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Would you like to put your musc cassette to a CD?


Is there any way to transfer cassette music to a CD?


This question was answered on July 24, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

What you'll need to do is connect a tape player to your sound card's line-in terminal with a 1/4" mini-jack and record the contents of your tape as a WAV file To do this, I recommend using the free version of MusicMatch 6.0 Just set Music Match to record the line-in channel, press play on your tape deck, and then press the record button on the Music Match Jukebox Once you've done that, you'll be converting the analog sound on the tape into digital audio -- breaking it down into numbers Once you've recorded your WAV file, it's very easy to make an audio CD-R using software designed for that task

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on July 24, 2003