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2 ways to do this both will be and take real time...in both cases you will need to connect disc player to pc...play ...(upload files to pc) audacity is a great software for this purpose...tag your files (artist name, track name, album name,yr ,track number and genre)...remember I said 2 ways you do this...1 play the whole disc or #2 a track at a time both using optical cable..note the ladder is best you can tag your files
using a mini plug for both laptop / mini player...plug into headphones on laptop and into line in mini......when ready press play on laptop while also pressing record on mini........note have your play list ready for continuous recording...(you can always edit later)
I figured it out!! Initialize! Connect your MZ-N505 to a PC with the USB port. You'll need a USB A to mini B cable.Using the SonicStage software from Sony Support. You can then click the Transfer tab at the top of the screen. Select NetMD. All the current tracks on the disc should appear in the right hand window. At the bottom right of that window click Device/Media info. A dialog should pop up allowing you to Initalize (erase) the disc. Whew! I also bought a bunch of used Mini Discs that I wanted to record over. I ran into the same "TRProtect" message. Now I can use all these discs! Hope this helps. Have fun.
i have a n910,yes it has a mic out on it and u can record from an audio source.i used mine at the weekend to record my dj set,just make sure u get a manual with it as i'm having a few problems with record levels being too high,but it's a great bit of kit.