Hi i was wondering, as i have a lot of devices for listening to music, i.e. a minidisk player or a cd player. Well all soundcards or mobos have a line in socket and was wondering if i could transfer the music from a minidisk or tape or cd to my pc using that line in socket? What equipment would i need and software?
A stereo jack into your line in port will do the trick, but you will need software to record onto , to manipulate the music and convert the new WAV. file into a compressed MP3 format. Wav. files take up an awful lot of space!
Steinberg's Cubasis VST is like a virtual music studio, which also has "Wavelab Lite" bundled with it (£40-50 from PC World) More than enough software to handle what you want.
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