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Here's one done in Amadeus Pro. The idea is the same as with Spin Doctor, however here there's a reason for the different colour markers. This way I can save all tracks separately in one go using the Split option (for uploading somewhere - you can also send the tracks straight to iTunes). The recording has -cr at the end of the file name, which means I ran ClickRepair on it. Little Gem that is too. I hope the screenshot survives so you get an idea about what it looks like. I opened the Split save screen so you can see what I mean with the marker colours. It takes some time to get the hang of the procedure, but when you do it's great fun. Amadeus is rock solid and ClickRepair never crashed on me either.


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Have you tried googling for this information? I bet some people have written tutorials on the subject. If you have a turntable with a USB input for computers that makes the job a little easier. If you're using your regular turntable then connect the audio output from your hi-fi system to the audio input of your Mac. QuickTime can record the audio but you might see if the freeware Final Vinyl is still available and usable because it lets you record the entire album and then split the file into individual tracks.


Roxio included Spin Doctor X in the Toast folder for this purpose but it hasn't worked since OS 10.6.x. If you have a Mac running an older OS X you might be able to get it to work.


Here's an article recently published by MacWorld.

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