Vinyl to CD

  Dorkins 17:45 29 Mar 2007
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I have literally hundreds of my favourite old vinyl records i would like to convert to CD's. Can anyone help me out here and suggest a program paid for or free that will do this for me please.
Thanks in advance.

  missingit 18:42 29 Mar 2007

Have a look here, should help a little.

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  skidzy 19:46 29 Mar 2007

click here and free

  Wak 20:14 30 Mar 2007

If you have Nero and Nero Wave Editor then you already have what you need.
click here
Hope this helps.

  jack 09:25 31 Mar 2007

The software is one thing , are you up to speed on the connactivity?

  mole44 16:39 31 Mar 2007

i used the terrec pre-amp comes with software to clean eveything up. leads to cassette/turntable then plugs into your usb port works a treat.only downside was you have to save everything as wav`s,however when you put the file into Nero to edit it you can save it as a MP3 anyway. As aside i did a 1966 vinyl to cd wedding recording for a friend.

  main identity 01:35 01 Apr 2007

I use audiograbber it does cd plus vinyl to do vinyl goto file line in sapling type in name play record and record

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  Southernboy 18:04 01 Apr 2007

no way are they going to sound anywhere near as good as the vinyl did when new.

Frankly, I have simply replaced the vinyl when reissued on CD, and most of them have. Otherwise, on the few rarities I have gone for one of the specialist firms who remaster with Cedar and convert to CD.

If is is simply size, I think you would be better off copying to mini-disc, especially as mono recordings only take up half the space as stereo.

  tye 02:14 02 Apr 2007

or google. Good luck. Why CD's & not DVD's? -T

  keef66 16:00 05 Apr 2007

I bought Audio Cleaning Lab software, and a little phono preamp to hook up my turntable to the pc soundcard. I'm now in the process of transferring my mainly 70's vinyl to CD. It's probably not perfect, but I'm no audiophile so I'm happy. Added bonus is that I've bought some printable CD's and can finally make use of the printer's CD printing tray.
All-in each 'new' CD is costing me about 20p, rather than the fiver or tenner I'd have to pay for the pukka article. Happy Yorkshireman!

  Bogbrain 16:47 05 Apr 2007

Incidentally all of the above apply to audio cassette tapes too - from tape to cd. I've done it and it works.

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