takes a bit of finding but eventually found my way here. Sure CD Antique, I can relay the set-up and then you can check it.
software - Roxio Easy LP to MP3, v 18.104.22.168; 22.214.171.124
PC - Dell Inspiron 5770, OS Win 10 Home.
Audio equipment set-up
Inwards signal = Record player / Cassetteplayer > SABA Amp: Tape output > iMic Line-in > USB2.0
Outward Signal = USB3.0 > Audiophony Converter > SABA Amp Tape input
The computer display is hooked up via HDMI/VGA switch.
I have tried a few things since last time and found that Roxio produces a constant click in the background if I only use the Converter for both ingoing and outgoing signals. The iMic was an afterthought but has produced the best results but only with Audacity.
I would like to think I can produce a WAV file with Audacity software which can be split up and labelled by Roxio. Wrong, the Edit Audio function 'adding a file' didn't work at all. Slowly but surely I am finding the functions of Roxio, on which I had pinned so much hope, are one by one being taken out of the recording process. I am not even using the supplied hardware save one adapter cable.
Let's see if somebody can relate to ehse problems and send me a solution.