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.
Learn how to open, trim, and export the audio from an MP3 file using the free Audacity audio editor.
Recording audio streams no longer requires a desktop application like Audacity, thanks to this Web site.