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How to transfer an audio tape to a CD-R?

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Posted on Monday, November 6, 2000 - 3:28 pm:   

I just got a book on tape and I am wondering if there is a program that I can use to transfer it to CD-R as an AUDIO CD?

Can I connect my walkman to to my soundcard? I only have a mic input, not the audio inputs like on a stereo system.

Posted on Sunday, April 15, 2001 - 12:07 am:   

Mic input will work OK for voice with a little
trial 'n error.
Creative Labs, ESS, &c., have recorders
available that work with thier sound card
inputs. W9x Sound Recorder *can* be tricked
into recording 15 or more mins of audio,
but it is *Very* slow! Mmm... Sonique has a
"Line In" option and also a "WAV DiskWriter"
Just DnD the file to your burner. For making
*.MP3's, I prefer AudioActive in 'Doze and
CubicPlayer in DOS.

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