Magix or Steinberg clean?

  mikegm6 12:42 15 Dec 03

I want to transfer some of my vinyl to CD.
Can anybody reccommend either Magix or Steinberg Clean (or perhaps another) Thanks in advance

  Shorty 13:02 15 Dec 03

I use Clean and have found it to do the job very well. However if you intend to do a fair bit of work with the audio such as clean it up (remove clicks and hiss etc.) then it does take a long time to process the file. I also found Clean slightly difficult to get to grips with, but then all software has a steep learning curve to begin with. Make sure you have plenty of hard drive space to store the files!

  SEASHANTY 20:07 15 Dec 03

You can also use Roxio Easy CD Creator for this. Done this using Easy CD Platinum v5.0. Probably Nero will also do the same altho not tried this programme.

I use Steinberg Clean. Does a wonderful job and I have no hesitation in recommending it. As well as vinyl to CD it has several other useful tricks up its sleeve as well.

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