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Old 2009-11-15, 05:38 AM
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Question ISO: Recording Audio from CC using Linux

Hi!

I got a compact cassette with music and I want to digitalize (? right word ?) it.

I got a tape deck which also has line out (cinch) and my laptop (no pc with a real soundkarte here ) has a line in (real line in, no mic).

My idea:
Play the cassette and record it using my laptop.

My question:
Which software shall I use to record it. Any suggestions? At the moment I am planning to use Audacity, which is a linux software (I am a linux user).

Or shall I better boot windows and use tool xyz?

I am looking forward to suggestions

Cheers
dn

PS: Sorry for my crappy english
PS˛: I am not sure if the tapers forum or this forum is the better place, please move the thread if I picked the wrong one.
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Old 2009-11-15, 12:44 PM
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Re: ISO: Recording Audio from CC using Linux

no need to boot windows, audacity will work fine
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Old 2009-11-17, 07:58 AM
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Re: ISO: Recording Audio from CC using Linux

Ah cool, I will give it a try and post the result if it worked
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