Re: Transfer music from Mini Disk back to Computer
Unfortunately, there is no way to transfer music from a sony mini-disc player to a computer other than playing it through your sound card and recording it. Sony specifically disabled this ability to dissuade consumers from transferring music from one person to another, and this is one of the reasons that Mini Disc Players did not take off.
Re: Transfer music from Mini Disk back to Computer
Hello, my name is johnny.
I have been using mini disc long time before mp3 came out and I have all my songs stored on mini disc. now is getting bigger and more bulky. I am looking for a better way to put it a smaller quantity which is mp3. please is there any solution that I can use to transfer songs stored on normal mini disc not hi md to computer so that I can convert them to mp3. I am a music lover and I get jealous seeing everybody carrying their songs on mp3 while I am carrying bulky mini disc around.
thank you very much and hope to hear from you soon. bye!!
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The best way to transfer music from iPod to computer is using a third-party tool like iAny Manager.
Here are what iAny Manager can do
1. Importing Music,videos to iOS devices from PC
2. Transfer files to PC from iphone/ipad/ipod
3. Getting music,playlist, apps of your iOS device back into iTunes
4. Direct Apple to Apple transfer
5. Good transfer speed without slowing down your PC
iTunes is always the best tool for us to transfer music from iPod to computer or from computer to iPod, but for the situation of transferring music from iPod to new computer with iTunes is really difficult.
But there are some ways can help us to achieve it, like belows. http://support.apple.com/kb/hT1329
when you said "transfer music from my computer", did you mean you wanna transfer songs saved in your desktop music folder or from your itunes music library in your computer?..
well anyways, if its from your itunes library, you only need to "sync" it with your iphone.i know thats pretty basic but just in case, you can follow this simple and easy step http://ipod.about.com/od/iphonehowtos/ss/syncing_iphone.htm
..But if you are talking about transferring music from your desktop music library (not itunes) into ur iphone, you will need to download a software called "DiskAid" (here's a link for you http://www.digidna.net/products/diskaid/download-this software allows you to transfer multimedia from your computer to your iphone (photos, videos, or songs) ..
hope this helps.
You may transfer the Songs from the Computer to the iPod Device by using the iTunes Application.
However, please feel free to contact for further information about the Application and the detailed steps to transfer the Songs.
When you plugin your memory stick on your computer, browse on the folders that the music are saved and then if your eant to transfer it to your computer, right click on it an then copy. Now go to your desktop and then right click then paste. It will tranfer the music file frm the memory stick.
A SanDisk Cruzer Mini is a memory stick, like a modern floppy disk. Plug it into a USB port (a thin rectangular hole) - it may be at the back of your computer. Your computer should then recognise it and you can copy files onto it.
All minidisc player/recorders (with the partial exception of the later
and far rarer Hi-MD players) can only download material from the host
computer. They are physically incapable at the basic hardware level of
uploading material to the host computer even if it's material which you
own the copyright for. As a result, there's not even a hack for it as
the wiring just isn't there to do it.
The only way to transfer from the minidisc player to the host computer
is by connecting a lead to the audio output socket (headphone socket)
and to the audio input socket (microphone) on the host computer. There
is some quality lost but if the computer has a good audio card and
matching software the losses are minimal. You can improve the transfer
quality by going into the menu of the MZ-N510 and setting the output
socket to "line". This bypasses the volume controls completely giving a
purer signal path.
1.hi there...roger andre speaking.it may be a long shot. if you can obtain some music software ie pro audio logic,and if you have the time and patience,you will be able to play the tracks from your headphone/lineout socket and into the software as a high quality sample and add markers and even up the quality somewhat.
2.an even easier way would be to get your self a GOOD mp3 player,meaning it has a line in socket for analogue to digital mp3 conversion.then all you have to do is obtain a mini jack to mini jack conector(headphone size)
and go from the minidisk output,to the mp3 players line in and record.hey presto your mini disk tracks will now be stored as mp3 files ready to be read by almost any computer...i m sure you know the rest...hope this is of some use,good luck roger