If you’ve stored your rare songs or recordings on vinyl, in the loft, it’s unlikely you’d play them frequently either for fear of damaging your records or simply because listening to records isn’t as convenient as listening to a CD. Although old vinyl will crackle, it’s still the optimum format for listening when it comes to sound depth and quality. It would be ideal if you could record these high quality sources and be able to put them on a CD or even convert them to an MP3, maybe for your iPod.
LP Recorder 8.8 enables you to record from multiple formats such as vinyl, cassette, minidisc and even radio directly to your computer. You can then split tracks, create CDs or convert your music to an MP3 for use on your iPod or MP3 player. Not only does it make listening to your recording more convenient, you will not have to resort to using your rare original source.
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