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q. 'how to transfer cassette recordings to the computer?'

I have windows XP. I am in beginners mode and am trying to convert my cassettes to DVD (music). Any help would be appreciated.hobocolo

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Convert to mp3, then convert to audio CD, (cda).

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how to turn cassette's into dvd's via a handheld cassette

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Thanks Mark for the last messsage but I have an old hand held cassette recorder and lots of cassettes, i have just bought the jack to go to the computer. On the computer I have Nero 8 and am trying to download the music to the computer and then onto the DVD. In the meantime I am doing something very wrong.
Getting the music and SOUND TO THE COMPUTER is the hard part.
Hobocolo

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i'm far from an "audio-expert" but

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i would advise against the tape-mp3-audio course,

better to record tape-wav-audio(imo)

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recording cassettes

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thanks to those who tried to help. Thank you. I shall wake up eventually. You have given me something to think about. Hobocolo

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