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How to I record my ps2 music3000 creations on to music cd

I have a pc and ps2 and jester usb sampler

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You can, it involves a lot of leads but its easy and fairly cheap to do. Firstly, buy a video lead for your PS2 that has stereo audio out (in the uk, you can find them at GAME at the moment). This should give you the red and white connections needed to take the stereo signal from the console.

Then, buy a lead that converts the two white and red stereo leads into one 3.5mm stereo jack. I would personally go to Maplins for this.

Connect the 2 inputs from the 3.5mm lead into the outputs on the video lead, then connect the 3.5mm jack into the mic socket of your PC. You can then use a program like Audacity to record the song and convert it to MP3. Then you're set to burn :)

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