recording tapes to computer

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  1. emilio

    emilio New Member

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    how do i do this so i could make it a mp3?
    iv tried using a headphone to headphone lead and recording it to cool edit, but it just comes through too quiet.
    cheers in advance
     
  2. nasher

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    turn record volume up :shrug:
     
  3. Re-Form

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    There should be a function in cool edit that alows you to normalise your wav. This should boost the volume.
    :nuke:
    (for more advice plug this thread on the production forum)
     
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    yeh, thats wot i meant :lol:
     
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    jungleselekta URUSEI YATSURA

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  6. nasher

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    thats fucking wicked :miss_rep:
     
  7. True Colours

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    dunno if u've solved ur volume problem. but a handy trick in cool edit is to hard limit the audio! basically this makes it as loud as it can be without distorting the sound.

    go to effects, amplitude, amplify... then hard limiting. click on gather statistics to analyse the audio and then confirm. (y)