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I don't think it's possible to record directly to cd. You can record from an external device to your PC and then burn that file. Depending on what you're trying to do depends on what software you'll need. Sound Forge is an excellent bit of software for recording. I use it to record when I play on my record decks, but it's the industry standard and isn't cheap. I think that the latest Roxio has a 'Record Now' bit of software with it.
Basically, you want to plug your external music device's output into your PC's input. (Normally the pink socket) and then use whatever software to record the input.
Be careful with the levels. You want it peaking just on the edge of the red!!
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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