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You will need a "Y" cable: RCA male X2 to 1/8" stereo jack. Connect the RCA jacks to the Sony unit where it's marked "MD deck", and the 1/8" stereo jack to the "Microphone" input on your computer. If you are using a laptop, and don't have a "mic" input (1/8"), you will need to get a USB adapter like a Behringer UCA200 unit. That will actually be much easier in the long run.
All you need to do is connect two RCA plugs into the audio in of your laptop. The two RCA's go into a tape out of the recevier. If your laptop uses 3.5mm plugs for audio conections then get a 3.5mm plug to RCA plugs. See image below.
To record the music and convert it I would get Magix Audio Cleaning Lab, which you can pick up cheap on Amazon.
The sound will then come out of your speakers on your computer and then you can record it with Magix and convert it with the software to any audio format.
No Problems Melanie Get hold of a stero 3.5mm (1/4inch) plug to 2x RCA plug lead of how ever long you need (2m is good) The sharp VCR will have 6 jacks or maybe just 4 if it isn't a stereo vcr. Now do you want to record into the vcr or into the computer?
your pc will have at least 2x 3.5mm sockets, one will be line in, and the other will be line out- this one may already have your speakers connected. (don't use the mic socket)
the sharp vcr will have an i and an out- you are only interested in the red and white RCA Sockets.
So the device you wish to record TO is the line in! and the other device is the line out!
TIP change the channel to AV1 on the Sharp to get it to work, and you may also need to setup Line in volume on your PC's mixer- it may not be selected.
I am trying to use the utility in the Yamaha AW16G to connect it to the musical keyboard. I am trying to get sound from the audio workstation. I need to know what to do in the utility to get the sound to record in the workstation
your stereo most likely has an audio input in the back. 1 red and 1 white. It's usually labeled "AUX". Go to your local electronics shop, (radio sh**k) and get an rca audio cable where on one side it's 2 cables (red & white), and on the other side it looks like a headphone jack input or female Your microphone should plug into that side, unless your mic has the big jack. In that case just get the adapter to go from big to small. The red and white part of the cable will go into the AUX input on the back of your radio. And that's it! just press the AUX mode of your stereo and your mic should work.
on laptop, ensure the following:
1. go to Volume control (look for icon on system tray).
2. under Options tab select Properties.
3. under Adjust volume for recording option, ensure that microphone is is check-boxed
if no luck, borrow a second amp and connect your L/R jacks (red and white colour) to the borrowed amps line in jacks and test whether you hear anything to confirm your line out capability.
If you have an line level audio output on the shelf unit, you can as then the other end would connect up to your input to the sound card, if there is only a mic. input and no line input you can get whats called an antenuator, or get another audio sound card for the computer with a line level input jack. Good Luck