vinyl to mp3 help

Sammy_Dodger

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I don't think the software matters too much. I would have said cables and bit rate were more important
 
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DontLikeCops

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Audacity is good for the job and its a free download,
link.... http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

like sammy said, if you want perfect quality then go for better quality wires!

Just hope ur not planning on uploading the rips them to share ;)

Na fuck that im too lazy to post it all on the internet, plus people should buy music to respect the artist etc etc . Just wanna take up less space. Got serato n its collecting dust while my vinyl collection is always expanding n my missus bitches like a sonofagun. Cheers anyway mateys
 

ThePapa

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Audacity works fine mate. Also if you do have tunes that you've never seen repressed then there's nothing immoral about posting them up...in fact you're doing a service really as alot of tunes will just fester in the attic or wherever it is you keep them.

Spread the love DontLikeCops.
 

richie_stix

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dont see why people would bother with 'a program'... any sound recording device will be good. But as mentioned, the quality is more in the gardware... needles, cartridges, cables sound card etc (y)
 

J-Rex

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i'm pretty sure there is a way to record straight through serato, at least there is on the sl3
i haven't ever done it myself but check the manual man
 
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