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Need assistance in trying to record music from cassettes......Can anyone help please?


Jeanie

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Hi everyone! :)

 

I just downloaded Roxio Easy CD & DVD and I am having trouble recording from cassettes. Does anyone know how to do this? I have sermons on cassettes that I want to transfer to CD's and this is why I purchased this to do that and I am having problems. If somone could walk me through this I would be so grateful! I am stuck at the Audio Central Sound Editor right now Thank YOU so very much, I am axiously awaiting someone's reply......anyone pleaseeeeeee!! Jeanie

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Hi everyone! :)

 

I just downloaded Roxio Easy CD & DVD and I am having trouble recording from cassettes. Does anyone know how to do this? I have sermons on cassettes that I want to transfer to CD's and this is why I purchased this to do that and I am having problems. If somone could walk me through this I would be so grateful! I am stuck at the Audio Central Sound Editor right now Thank YOU so very much, I am axiously awaiting someone's reply......anyone pleaseeeeeee!! Jeanie

 

See if this helps http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/ecddvdc/t...ls/default.html

 

 

I assume you have read the Help menu in Sound Editor

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You need to connect the cassette player to the line in jack at the back of the computer first

 

Then you should be able to open Audio Central and capture the tracks

 

Hi gi7omy, thanks for replying back to me. I hope you don't think I am stupid but where would the line in jack be? Also I need to choose in the tools menu the recording device I am using and I don't know what to choose????? again thanks for your help.....appreciate it very much. :):huh:

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Hi gi7omy, thanks for replying back to me. I hope you don't think I am stupid but where would the line in jack be? Also I need to choose in the tools menu the recording device I am using and I don't know what to choose????? again thanks for your help.....appreciate it very much. :):huh:

 

See if this helps http://www.the-predator.com/dell/sec7-9.html

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Some people tend to say 'downloaded' when they mean 'installed' Lynn - I've sort of got used to it by this stage :)

 

Hi again! Oops sorry........I should have used the word "installed". I purchased the version in the red box from Staples.

Anyway, I made my first CD yesterday and have been working on more today. All the info I received from here was very helpful..........again thanks so much for all your assistance. :huh:

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Hi again! Oops sorry........I should have used the word "installed". I purchased the version in the red box from Staples.

Anyway, I made my first CD yesterday and have been working on more today. All the info I received from here was very helpful..........again thanks so much for all your assistance. :)

 

Glad you got it going.

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Most do - there are usually three jack sockets (at least) on the back - one for speakers, one for microphone and the third is normally line in (there may be a fourth 'line out' but that's not too common on an onboard sound system)

 

If you have it, go to the volume control on the task bar, select properties and make sure 'stereo mix' is selected on recording properties and not muted

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Most do - there are usually three jack sockets (at least) on the back - one for speakers, one for microphone and the third is normally line in (there may be a fourth 'line out' but that's not too common on an onboard sound system)

 

If you have it, go to the volume control on the task bar, select properties and make sure 'stereo mix' is selected on recording properties and not muted

 

 

I think i do have 3 what colour would this be?? And what is the cable name from the cassette player to the computer?? Manythanks

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