How many of us have old LPs, tapes and other analogue recordings stashed away in the garage, loft or simply boxed up out of the way? There are loads of old tunes, live tracks and other rare grooves that can't be found on online music stores or available on CD. Instead of wheeling out your old cassette player to play these tracks, why not record them to your PC, touch up the audio and then play them through your portable MP3 player?
Spin It Again 2.1 is a tool that you can use to grab external audio, whatever the source. It could be an old VHS cassette, LP, audio tape or another source. Simply connect up the remote source, play and use the software to record the track. Once on your computer, you can touch up the audio, cut, export as an MP3 or other digital audio format.
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