Most of us have old LPs, tapes and video cassettes lying around. The longer you leave them, the more likely they will deteriorate. Digital audio can't deteriorate, so why not grab the audio from these old sources and store on your computer? That's relatively easy, as long as you have an audio card that can record incoming audio. However, the incoming audio is bound to be a mess. You have to manually stop and start the audio, so your new digital track will need editing.
Wavosaur 22.214.171.124 is a superb free audio editing application that will enable you to load your audio and make the necessary changes. This could include cutting the audio to the right length and fading in both the start and fading out the end. You can cut and paste elements of the audio, if you've recorded the entire LP in one recording.
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