[Northkeep] Stuff to listen to

Mercedes/Stephanie steldr at cox.net
Wed Aug 21 08:10:37 PDT 2002

I think he tried that but it would only make little wave files - he'd have
to explain it........
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marc Carlson" <marccarlson20 at hotmail.com>
To: <northkeep at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2002 9:21 AM
Subject: Re: [Northkeep] Stuff to listen to

>From: "Mercedes/Stephanie" <steldr at cox.net>
>So, question for all you techies out there - I have a cassette tape >of
>sagas being read by some norse guy (who sounds english, unfortunately) and
>an old tape of one of my favorite ren-fair groups that I want to convert to
>an audio file - an mp3 probably - and burn to cd.  Ainar is having some
>trouble finding a program that will take the stuff from cassette to
>computer file..........anyone have any suggestions?

As I recall, the last time I did it, I took the tape player, got a double
male cable from radio shack, plugged the tape player into the "microphone"
jack and used the "Sound Recorder" thing that comes with windows.  That
recorded it as a .Wav file (which is what most CD players actually use).
Then see if your CD burning program has a "make music CD" option, and go
from that.

I am of course required by law to point out that if you are copying
copyrighted material, doing this will cause a gateway from Hell to open up,
demons to emerge who will make your head explode.  But with legal materials
this should work at least.  There may be better programs if you want to
shell out some money.  But Windows has had some form of recording software
since at least 3.1


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