I see prior answers on the web and https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/digitizing-cassette-tapes/
It's all about time and patience.
I have over 400 cassette tape and would like to know the best (easiest) way to digitize them. I have an analog cassette player/recorder, analog (and a digital) receiver, and a Windows 10 computer. A place in town will digitize them for $6 apiece, but that's over $2400. I know it'll be a slow process since most likely, the conversion will be in "real time"
Any thoughts out there?