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Greetings,
Any recomendations for
Cassette Deck to Cd via my PC?
I have all HPs and have nothing more than the windows media player.
Can I go direct from deck to computer and is there software specifically designed for this that you would recomend?

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Jack
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There are a number of programs that will let you do this like Goldwave, Cakewalk, etc. There are even some free ones out there. You have to hunt for them. Basically you connect the tape deck to the audio input of the sound card.
 

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Connect the cassette deck's left/right outputs to the PC's Line-In with a 'Two Phono to 3.5mm Jack cable'

Free recording software...
All Recorder http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/AllRecorder/
Easy Hi-Q Recorder http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/EasyHiQ/
Easy to use, records the output from your deck (or any other source)
Simple editing functions such as fading, cut&paste, and normalizing (to make all songs on the cassette the same volume level)

The sound is recorded as MP3 which can then be burned to CD using another program.

Free CD Burners...
CD Burner XP Pro http://downloads.vnunet.com/download/burning/cd+burner+xp+pro/_33001.html
Deep Burner http://downloads.vnunet.com/download/burning/deep+burner/_33017.html

Post back if you have any more questions. It's very easy... even my dad can do it to backup all his old Buddy Holly and Clapton cassettes :wink:
 
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