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Converting old audio cassettes into MP3 files

I have a lot of my favorite songs in audio cassettes.How can I convert them into MP3 files and store in my computer?

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You need a tape deck with line out jacks. Hook up line out jacks to line in jack on your computer. You'll need appropriate software to do the conversion - for example Audacity - it's free.

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