Edit your digital audio files on your Windows PC.
Before you unleash your recording to the world, follow these tips to produce a polished program.
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Use the free Audacity audio-editing program to combine tracks intended to play sequentially into a single file you can add to your iTunes library.
Connect your stereo amplifier to your PC's sound board and use the free, open-source Audacity audio-conversion software to create MP3s, WMAs, or other digital copies of your analog tunes.