How to turn a cassette tape into MP3s

My version goes a different route. We’ll record an entire side in one pass using Audacity, a free, open-source application available on Mac, PC, and even Linux. From there, we’ll divide and batch export tracks with just one command. Then, we’ll whip out iTunes or your preferred librarian/encoder to back up files to CDR, convert to MP3, and bulk-edit ID3 file info.Sound like fun? It’s not. But it’s thorough, it’s free, and it’s faster than most methods I’ve seen.

via How to turn a cassette tape into MP3s – CNET.

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Ben Powell

Ben Powell was born in Wales and after living in several European countries is now resident in Germany. He is a frequent blogger, software developer and a social techie.

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