If you can get real cassette deck with RCA outs, then use a RCA to 3.5mm cable and use the line input on your sound card.
Do you have Roxio or Nero DVD burning software? Both have
an audio capture/editing program. John
I've got several "live recordings" I'd collected on cassette that I'd really want to transfer into my HD. (before they get too old & chewed up in some tape deck)
What I'd done to one so far was just use my boom box & connect a line from its headphone jack to my laptop's mic jack.
I have a free program (I think called "HQ" or something) I'd found here on downloads.com that did the recording, but the end result was...eh.
Is there a similar (maybe free) program out there I could use to to a better job? I'd also like to mess w/ eq settings since lots of those old tapes can sound muddy.
Is there a "typical" eq setting to get the best "live" sound?