Transferring cassettes to computer help

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  1. dlatkow

    dlatkow Well-Known Member

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    I have a bunch of old cassettes with music recorded by a myself and a friend. I am looking to transfer them over to my computer.

    Do any of you have suggestions for a good FREE program I could use to transfer them into mp3s/wavs?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    dlatkow Well-Known Member

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    lol, but whats the fun in that? Thanks!
     
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    Once you have them transferred, you should let us hear some.
     
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    Audacity.

    I used this a few months ago. I was able to plug a tape player into the computer and use Audacity to record stereo wav files and break them up into separate tracks and make MP3's which have since been uploaded to soundclick (see my sig :D  )

    It was free and incredibly easy.
     
  6. ckhtiger

    ckhtiger old skool fool

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    I used to hook up the tape deck to my comp. and just use windows movie maker, of all things. it can record just audio and make mp3's out of them.
     

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