transfer vinyl LP records to CD and MP3 or audio
cassettes to CD and MP3, you will need to take a
couple of steps. Using
Acoustica Spin It Again, you won't
believe how easy it is!
Here are just a few of
Acoustica Spin It Again does right:
Visual and audio wizards guide
you through the recording level adjustment,
hardware hookup, recording and editing process.
Record LPs and tapes and put
your music on CDs and MP3 players, including
Automatically removes old
record clicks, pops and tape hiss.
Create audio CDs and/or convert
recordings to MP3, OGG, WMA, and hi-fi WAV
Split up previously recorded
MP3s, WAVs, WMAs or OGGs into multiple tracks or
burn to CD.
Automatic track detection and
silence removal algorithm splits your albums
into tracks ready for your iPod, MP3 or CD
Burn tracks longer than one
CD's worth. For example, if you wanted to record
an 4-tape audio book, it would burn it over as
many CDs as it needed.
WHAT YOU NEED:
A tape deck or record player
with an "an audio out" (a line-out or headphone
slot would do!).
An RCA to headphone cable (to
connect your tape deck to your computer's sound
Acoustica Spin It Again software to extract the music
from the record/tape and save it onto your computer
and to burn your music to
HOW TO DO IT:
Step 1: Hookup Your Record/Cassette Player To Your
One of the biggest stumbling blocks to recording your LPs and
cassettes to CD is how to hook up your record player or cassette
player to your computer's sound card. Luckily, our software has
a guide that helps you make the connection.
Run the software and click "Hookup Wizard". It will guide you
through a series of questions and show you photos and images to
help you hook up your record player/cassette player to your
Step 2: Get A Good Recording Level
The first time you run the software, it will ask you if you want
to run the "Recording Level Wizard". Click "Yes" or click "Level
Once the wizard starts, click the "Start" button and follow the
instructions. (It will have you play the loudest part of the
Step 3: Click "Record"
Click "Record" and start playing your record. Once it is done,
flip over the record and play side two. When it's finished,
click "Next" or "Stop".
Step 4: Preview And Edit Your Recording
The software automatically splits your recording up into tracks.
If there were any erroneous tracks created or if there was extra
silence, you can edit it by clicking "Split" and/or by dragging
the track markers.
Once you are satisfied, click "Next"
Step 5: Tag / Name Your Recording
Enter in the artist, album, genre and track names. This will
affect how the individual MP3s are named and tagged.
Click "Next" when you are done.
Step 6a: Click "Burn CD"
Click the "Burn CD" button, click "Next" to accept the default
settings and click "Next" again.
Insert a blank CD and wait for it to finish! Enjoy your new CD
in your car or home stereo!
Or if you want to put your audio
onto your MP3 player, select the audio format you want to use.
Step 6b: Pick A Destination & Format
If you want to put it on an MP3 player, make sure it's plugged
in and then click "Choose" and select it from the list.
Otherwise, choose a folder on your computer. You can also
choose a format (MP3, OGG, WAV or WMA) and click "Details" to
change the bit rate and other advanced settings.
Don't forget to print a CD label with the optional
Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker. The track list will be
automatically imported from step 4 and 5!
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