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Posted on Jun 29, 2010 in Convert tapes to MP3, Multimedia | 0 comments

Audacity tutorial 2 – Making a recording.

Quick links for Audacity/Cassette to MP3:-

Overview and configuring the hardware
Tutorial 1 – Installing Audacity
Listening to line in on Windows XP
Listening to line in on Windows Vista
Tutorial 3 – Editing
Tutorial 4 – Installing LAME Mp3
Tutorial 5 – Exporting
Audacity Homepage

 

In this video, we’ll look at how to begin recording using Audacity. We’ll show you how to enable playback of your audio cassettes (or whatever sound source you are capturing) through your PC speakers and also how to record a sound file and save a project in Audacity.

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Additional notes

The method for listening to the line in input through the PC speakers is slightly different for both Windows XP and Windows Vista users. Windows XP users should click here for a supplemental tutorial, while Vista users should click here.

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