Re: audio to wav...minimal harp
- Subject: Re: audio to wav...minimal harp
- From: "Joel Fritz" <jfritz666@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 09:11:02 -0700
You may have one already if you have a cd burning drive. Check the software
that came with the drive and see if it will record directly from the sound
card. Feurio, a shareware program with an unlimited trial period--$29 to
buy--will do it. I actually registered my copy after a one year (very
intensive <g>) trial. Exact Audio Copy, a freeware app
(www.exactaudiocopy.de) might work for you.
You may find that your sound card adds some noise to the audio, especially
if you have sound on the motherboard or your system came with a budget card.
If you know someone who has a cd burner stereo component, you can also use
- ----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 2:48 AM
Subject: audio to wav...minimal harp
> can anyone recommend a decent program that will convert audio (such as a
> cassette tape) into a .wav file? doesn't need to be top of the line (ie
can be a
> free download...although most of those come woth spy-ware and the like),
> i'm more than willing to pay for it.
> pseudo harp content...this is to put my band's demo tape onto cd. we did
> with two mics into a power-mixer onto two tracks of an old tascam four
> recorder. one mic was for the drums, bass, and guitar, the other for my
> and harp. the harp went through my princeton, which sat by my feet (so it
> wasn't close micced at all), and i was surprised at how well the harp
> and to be honest, at how good it sounded tone wise.
> steven j gatorman
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