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Creator 2012 Or Easy Lp To Mp3

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Without knowing what you want to transfer them TOO... pretty hard to guess :P

 

And 'clean them up a little' is pretty vague :huh: How little? How much?

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Sorry. Transfer to CDs & MP3. Pops & clicks, I don't mind splitting tracks myself. Should I use Roxio's usb adapter or go through line/in (front or sound card). Auto internet info would be cool if it works but I don't mind typing a little.

Thanks

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Whichever you choose remember that a phono out is not a line level output.

That means that a phono out usually needs some kind of an inline pre-amplifier to bring the levels up to a usable point.

 

When you connect your turntable to your stereo it's preamp does this.If you're just going to try and connect a turntable directly to the Roxio device you'll probably need a pre-amp before the capture device.

 

If it's a USB turntable there's a chance it has a built in pre-amp.

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Not a usb turntable, just the old reliable with a built in amp with switch. I,ve used it with and without the audio system. I can get through all that.I want to know about the Easy LP to MP3 software, Not a lot of info on the product in the description.

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Not a usb turntable, just the old reliable with a built in amp with switch. I,ve used it with and without the audio system. I can get through all that.I want to know about the Easy LP to MP3 software, Not a lot of info on the product in the description.

 

Because it is cut down software that you will probably be sorry you bought! Buy Creator 2012 Pro..

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I honestly don't know if any of the Guru's (regular posters) here got that device or not???

 

Do you have any other Roxio software?

 

I am not seeing much advantage to that software package... If you didn't have a Line In method to capture with then maybe the USB Device that comes with it, would be of interest...

 

Otherwise, the full Roxio Creator 2012 Suite (Reg & Pro) have the same software or more:

 

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I am not the best Audio guy so maybe some others will chime in with better info ;)

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I have easy cd 5.But can't get it to load in the new system without it jacking it all up.

 

 

What operating system?

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XP

 

 

Easy CD Creator 5 works fine in XP without all the add on updates!

 

I'm going to point user Brendon to this post for technical answers on ECD5 and XP.

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Hi Roofdog,

 

Sorry for the delay, I was busy elsewhere.

 

If you go to THIS TOPIC in the Easy CD Creator 5 forum it will give you the basic info on getting ECDC 5 going in XP.

 

If you have any questions or problems just start a topic there, and I'll give you any help I can.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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