If you have a 'Creative' soundcard it should have a 'recorder' If not, their 'Creative Live 5.1' is less than £30 and comes with a recorder with a 'line-in' facility (which is what you need) and works well
I have just done one audio casstte to CD, brilliant, you could not tell the difference. Used my sound card input from the line out of the cassette player using Nero 5 Wave editor to record to HD. Saved the Wave Editor tracks as individual files on the HD. Burn to CD using Nero5. There is a Wave Editor PDF on Nero Site which gives info on this. David
Hi, hope this is of some help. I used a freeware program called Audiograbber (all one word). Does a good job, simply feed the audio in from the player to the line in on the sound card, run the program and off you go. Saves in mp3, but you may need extra software if you need to edit the track. Good luck
The two programmes I use to do this job are LP Recorder and LP Ripper. LP Recorder will record the whole cassette as one long .wav file and LP Ripper will split it back into separate tracks again. Both can be got from click here There is a free trial you can download but it will only record the first 4 minutes.
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