I own a Bush RP A3 turntable and radio with CD=need instructions
FIRST READ ALL, then check cables u need, then proceed!
u want to connect turntable to pc - don't need usb
or connect turntable audio-out to radio/cd.player and this combination to pc?
recording on mp3 player is an option, but quality else is much better!
u will need for case 1:
a pc-program called audio-grabber 1.83, downloadable on the inet
a pc with soundcard that has audio-in (3.5mmplug, also used for small microphones
and at least win 2000 on it
the cable connecting turntable and pc(see following)
if turntable has audio-out like
- two red and black-cinch ports (to connect to amplifier/radio)
you need adaptor cable from 2-plug (red/black, male) to 3.5mm audio-in (similiar tor headphones,
- turn-table has small(3.5mm) or big (6.3mm) earphone-in,
use signal from here, connect tt with pc using adaptor cable
(3.5mm, male + 6.3 to 3.5mm separate adappor (small earphone to fit in big) at one end and
3.5mm, male to plug into pc-soundcard's audio in)
do all the pluggin', then turn on PC, start up audiograbber, turn on tt let play, press record button
in audio grabber, make an test recording, half a minute will do.
now let audiograbber sample theresulting .ogg file to test.mp3 and test-play it with windows media player on your pc
voila une mp3 !
to have every song from vinyl sepatetly as mp3,
record and name it serately in audiograbber, let it sample down to mp3 and enjoy!
u may have to fiddle through audio-grabber's menus and adjust volume, sample rate(quality of mp3)
to your comfort, but now u own legal copies of your vinyls, with still the analog vinyl tickle
and know how to use audio grabber as an recording tool for any music that is played on or put into a pc, incl. webradio other webcasts
please don't stop the music
Jun 18, 2009 |
MP3 & Digital Media Players