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Converting music using n-track

by valeve / October 29, 2004 5:14 AM PDT

I once used my n-track program to convert some music from cassette to CD. I can't for the life of me remember how I did it. Can anyone help. It's a fairly long cassette I want to do now, maybe about an hour.

Appreciate any help you can give me.
Valerie

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Re: Converting music using n-track
by Ed Mead Forum moderator / October 29, 2004 8:01 AM PDT

Did you check the help files in N Track? You can try this.

When in live-input processing mode you should see the signal coming from your cassette player in the vu-meter and you should be able to hear it from the output of the soundcard.

If this is not happening, open the Windows volume control and make sure that the correct recording source is selected (line-in), that the signal level is correct and the same thing for the output of the soundcard.
As for the cable connections, you may connect the line out of the cassette player amplifier to the line in of the soundcard.

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Re: Converting music using n-track
by valeve / October 29, 2004 9:50 AM PDT

Thanks Ed. I've printed your instructions. If you know of an easier way to do this, I'm open for suggestions.

Val

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Re: Converting music using n-track
by Ed Mead Forum moderator / October 29, 2004 11:01 AM PDT
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Re: Converting music using n-track
by valeve / November 1, 2004 7:05 AM PST

Thanks Ed. I finally got the job done using line-in and went through Music-Match. It worked fine and I thank you for your input.
Val

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