If you're a fan of music from before the mid-90s, you'll probably find that all your favourite live performances are only available on VHS video cassette. Live performances are a must-have collectors item for the music fan as tracks are often re-worked for the live audience. Most of us would love to get these tracks on to our iPod or other portable player. The thing is, how do you get them from VHS video to your digital audio player? It's much easier than you'd imagine.
Vinyl Studio 2 is the new version of the tool that's designed to record, edit and enhance audio from your old LPs, tapes and VHS video cassette. Connect your old tape player to the 'audio in' socket on your PC, record the audio in one recording. Use Vinyl Studio to cut and create the individual tracks. You can then choose to burn the tracks to an audio CD or simply copy them across as MP3 files to your iPod.
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