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  1. It is quiet easy to use your computer to record those old tapes and vinyl LP's in your collection to a better CD format - or even as MP3's. Additionally you can record direct from the radio. This guide will show you how to get it done. The article is based on Audacity, .
  2. Aug 24,  · Connect the turntable audio output to the line-in (blue) port on your computer. If they are connected via USB or Firewire, connect it to the computer normally. Note that using line-in is ideal, but you can use the mic input as well, just make sure to adjust the volume on the player to ensure there is no .
  3. Nov 23,  · Using a computer to transfer vinyl LPs to CD or a hard drive is simple with a USB turntable and free software such as Audacity. Transfer audio from vinyl and burn CDs with an IT specialist in this.
  4. Dec 29,  · pcutter1 wrote:You need a phono pre amp with a USB output, Rega, Pro-ject and Nad are just some brands that make them.I'm assuming, of course, that you mean the speakers built in to your laptop, and not separate speakers. If you have separate speakers then you only need a standard phono pre amp and a way to connect it to the speakers, I.E. a mm or 1/4" stereo jack socket to twin RCA .
  5. Most of this is pretty straightforward, and you'll have most if not all of what you need lying around. You'll need: 1.) Records 2.) A Phonograph (a.k.a. a Record Player, I'm using a Beogram ) 3.) A Phono pre-amp (In my case a Rotel RAX)* 4.) A Stereo RCA Audio Cable 5.) An RCA to Mini-Jack adapter 6.) A Computer with recording software You can easily pick up records at places like DI.
  6. Aug 06,  · Ensure that the cueing lever (if there is no switch), a small arm usually located at the base of your tonearm, is up. The cueing lever is what lowers and raises the tonearm. You need the cueing switch or arm to be up so that your tonearm doesn’t fall onto the vinyl when you move it from the resting position and over your record.
  7. The following equipment will be needed to produce a signal capable of being digitised in your PC: a turntable and pickup arm fitted with a good quality cartridge and stylus a pre-amplifier with RIAA equalisation a PC with either on-board sound capability or an add-in sound card interconnecting cables There are a number of problems [ ].

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