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Audio Tape To Cd ?


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I have a bunch of audio tapes in my vehicle. The vehicle is 14 years old an will need replacing soon.

Being that CD players are the 'in' thing I want to convert these tapes to Cds.

I have been told that Roxio Creator 2010 is the tool to do this.

My concern is that I need to know how difficult it is to accomlplish this.

I am far from being an 'audio engineer' and have no knowledge of any technical terms.

With these skills, or lack of, will I be able to do this with Creator?

What documentation is available and how easy is it to understand?

Is there any third party documentation available?

Thanks for any and all help.

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I have a bunch of audio tapes in my vehicle. The vehicle is 14 years old an will need replacing soon.

Being that CD players are the 'in' thing I want to convert these tapes to Cds.

I have been told that Roxio Creator 2010 is the tool to do this.

My concern is that I need to know how difficult it is to accomlplish this.

I am far from being an 'audio engineer' and have no knowledge of any technical terms.

With these skills, or lack of, will I be able to do this with Creator?

What documentation is available and how easy is it to understand?

Is there any third party documentation available?

Thanks for any and all help.

I am not the best Audio Guy but this is an overview…

 

You need something to Play the tape that can output to the Line-IN plug on your PC.

 

The Roxio program can capture from there using the LP/Tape Assistant:

 

 

It should break the tapes into individual Tracks and you can burn to CD from there.

 

Most new Car Players can do Audio CD’s (74 minute) or will do MP3 CD’s which hold hours of music! That would depend on your Car Player.

 

If you don’t have the 2010 software, something to consider would be the Roxio Easy LP to MP3 package: Here

 

I have never used it but it includes an Analog to Digital converter and software geared to what you want to do.

 

The A/D converter allows you to plug into it then connect to your PC with USB.

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