Hi, I use a portable cassette tape player, connect it to the 'Line in' socket and use 'Total Recorder' software from 'High Criteria to record to the hard drive. (You have to pay about £9 for a lifetime licence) Using the 'Pause control' the tracks can be recorded as singles otherwise you will end up having 20 tracks listed as track 1. Then using a burning program it can be transferred to CD. If you browse through the download section of this site you will probably come across software to record to the hard drive. Good luck, It is very rewarding when you get it spot on. Cheers, Bill
I have my hifi connected to my PC. I connect from soundcard to phono socket and use Clean to record to hard drive. After recording you can use Clean to split into tracks, clean up recording etc. You can also burn to CD with this software but I usually use Nero to burn CDs and Musicmatch Jukebox if I want to convert the tracks to MP3s.
They is alot of software you can use to do this tho. Like i use Nero to do it all, record it on to my pc and to write it to a cd. Its real easy to do and to sort out into tracks. Hardest thing is turning on the pc me thinks.
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