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Transferring Lps To Computer

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#1 mwb


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Posted 27 October 2007 - 08:16 AM

Been reading the forum for about a year now and have found it a great place for computer info and I would like to post a question. I have a sizeable LP collection that I would like to put on my computer and convert to cd. What is the best way to go about doing this and what programs are the best to use? I currently have Roxio 9 on my computer and am running Vista Home Premium.
thanks mike

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Posted 27 October 2007 - 01:00 PM

I keep putting it off, but I finally moved my amp and turntable up on my desk. Maybe this winter I'll burn all mine. I like Audacity for editing

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#3 mwb

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 08:18 AM

Thanks the links were very helpful. I have been wanting to do this for over 5 yrs. now and still haven't got around to doing it. My turntable has been broke down for quite some time and after checking around on getting it fixed(no one wants to work on them in this area) I found that I could buy one on e-bay a lot cheaper than I could get mine fixed. Seen some turntables with the usb cords on e-bay and wondered how they worked one of your links answered that. Hopefully will be llistening to some Doors and John Prine on my computer by spring.
thanks again-mike

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