Question about Apple iPod nano
How can I download music cassettes to my Ipod without buying an expensive converter?
You will need three things.
1. Cassette player with a mini headphone jack
2. cable with male mini jack at each end. (usually can find at a dollar store.)
3. Audacity (Open Source audio program)
Hook up the cable to your cassette and to the line in on your sound card. Turn volume on cassette player to 3/4 or so.
Download and install Audacity. Press play on the cassette player, press the record button in Audacity. When done press stop, and under the File menu you can Export to an MP3. You can read the Audacity help menu for more options on copying and pasting to create a new file for each track, and for fading in and fading out to get a smoother start and finish to each track.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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