Copying tape's to CD

  D.Head 21:21 05 Feb 05

I want to save some old tape recordings to cd,
but the sound recoder with XP is only good for 60 sec. What can I use ?

  Technotiger 21:42 05 Feb 05

Hi, you need a soundcard such as Soundblaster Audigy2.


  goonerbill © ® 01:54 06 Feb 05

do a search in this forum using the search facility top left the same as your thread title and you will find other threads on this subject that should be of use to you.

  Dorsai 08:20 06 Feb 05

You will probably need to get some form of 'recording' software, such as click here (I know that is a USA site, but it shows the type of prroduct I mean)

This shgould do the trick, I converted a few taped with v.1 of Audio cleaning lab years ago. And before anyone says that is piracy, they were Demo tapes given to me by a now split up local Rock Group, so the option to buy them on CD was not there.

  Mr Mistoffelees 08:58 06 Feb 05

A UK link for Audio Cleaning Lab click here

  D.Head 12:10 06 Feb 05

thanks but card OK, it's the recording I'am having problems with

  D.Head 12:13 06 Feb 05

think you all spot on "software"
Many thanks.

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