Albert Sims (albert71292) wrote,
Albert Sims

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Late Night Geeking

Current Mood: Ripping a CD I made back in the late 90's from a cassette tape of "Randy Haney's Life of Elvis" (one of the pretend "radio shows" my friends and I used to do) on an external Philips CD recorder to the PC to experiment with new audio editing software I've never used before, so I can learn about the software capabilities before I dig out the original tapes from the 1980's. The Philips CD recorder transferred audio "as is" from the original source. It had no editing/noise reduction capability.

EDIT: The CD-R has a playback issue after all these years. So much for THAT plan.
Tags: audio, cassette transfer, recording, software

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