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Converting audio tapes to CD

We have managed to record the tapes onto the hard drive, but when we burn the CD's we can only play them on the computer, not on the CD player. They are in Wave sound format. How can we change the format into a readily readable CD. Can anyone help

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You would need to change the format from wave to mp3, if the cd player will read mp3's. You should be able to do this with a program like Roxio Creator or Nero. Hope this helps.

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What do i need for a computer to start burning or to creat a cd/mp3/dvd .


First you need music to put on the CD. You can put your own music CD in the drive and run Windows Media Player and rip them to your hard drive (copies them). After you get all the songs you want onto your hard drive, you can make an audio CD if you ripped the songs as WAV files (this CD can be played in most CD players) or you can make an MP3 CD if you ripped the songs as mp3 files (this CD can only be played in CD players that support the MP3 standard). To make the audio CD or MP3 CD, just download the free program called BurnAware from the internet and run it. Insert a blank recordable CD in your computer, choose Audio CD or MP3 CD, then choose the songs you want and burn the CD. That's it.

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How many LP's can I burn onto one CD in this unit? There is no indication when the CD is full or what is happening during taping. Sometimes units taping is visible. Then there is a funny symbol,


I can't begin to answer your question directly because I am not familiar with your audio unit but I have burned a few CDs on the computer...

Think of a vinyl LP with around 16 to 18 tracks. A CD of that album in high quality stereo audio will have no more or less and it will be, for practical purposes, full.
Thats it, roughly one CD per LP. Pure audio files are big and take up lots of room. Using a computer you could squeeze more in but it would mean breaking the LPs into tracks and playing disc jockey so by mixing and matching running times all the available space would be filled.

Most people who archive their tape and record collections do so on the computer using something like Goldwave to record the audio tracks and then convert them to Mp3 files using a suitable bitrate.. With the standard bitrate there is very little loss of quality and the amount of content that can fit on a CD is immense. I received an Mp3 CD from the Radio Lady and it contained 97 programmes from old radio - some were shorts and some were an hour but the majority were half-hour so it would be fair to say that Mp3 disc contained 50 times the content of an audio CD. Because they were low quality mono a lower bitrate could be used - on the other hand the highest bitrate produces a better than CD reproduction though the resulting files are as big as pure audio files.

The downside is not every CD player will accept Mp3 discs. The one in my van does and I rarely need to select another disc. If I want to play Mp3 content at home I do so with the computer, sometimes with an FM transmitter so we can listen on the big speakers of the hi-fi or a portable radio.
On the plus side the Mp3 files can be converted back to WAV and a CD burned at any time.

I hope you find this informative.

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Hello.....I have a unit similar to yours...and I never had that ptoblem...These units are cool and I love mine...but the cassette players are generally basic units...When you record are you listening to the music at the same time so that you know what's going on?....Ok....When you start the recording process....and you see the disc is rcording...and the cassette finished playing one side...you PAUSE the cd....Flip the tape....press the Pause again to restart the cd...I've never saw one of these types of uits with auto reverse...you have to flip the tape manualy...if you don't...you will only record half of the music....I hope this was helpful.....PEACE.......

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How to record a cassette tape to a cd


Your question is posted under a "CD Shelf System" heading. If you really have one of these, the answer is "you can't". The CD player is a player only, not a recorder.

On the other hand, if what you're asking is how to transfer cassette tapes to CD using a computer, there are a couple of ways. One is to connect a cassette player (boom box, component system cassette deck, etc.) to the line-in jack of your computer's sound card. Download and install Audacity, which is free software for recording and editing sound. Then you can record the sound from your cassettes as you play them into the computer.

Another option, If you want to be fancy and spend a little money, is to buy a USB cassette deck. It automatically converts the cassette audio to digital and sends it to your computer over a USB cable. Recording software is supplied (sometimes the Audacity program mentioned before). Several companies make them. Here's one from a company called ION that some friends of mine have, and it seems to work well for them. They've been converting a lot of tapes of family members, and Audacity has been good for cleaning up tape hiss and enhancing the sound.

Either way, once you have the sound in your computer and processed to your liking, you just need to burn it to a CD using whatever burning software you have. (I use CDBurnerXP. It's free, easy to use, and does everything needed for normal CD and DVD burning.)

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Can i use this unit to convert tapes and recordsto cd's


Hi,
It is only a burner you need to get a recording capture card which fits into your PC. Then you need the program so you can play your tapes and records and have this plugged into the PC. Then you can capture the sound and have it on your PC to burn to CD.
Hope this helps.
Thanks
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