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ripping & burning
Posted 14 August 2006 - 04:34 PM
If you're talking about regular radio stations, go to here: http://forums.pcworl....php?t=3566Take the same steps, but instead of playing a tape, just record from your station.If you're talking about internet raido, you'll need sound recording software (creative recorder comes with a creative sound card, but if you have another program you're more familiar with, use that.) Connect to your station, and wait for it to buffer, and record. Be aware that if you need to buffer in the middle of a song, there will be a lag in the recorded sound file.then just fire up nero and burn to disc
Posted 14 August 2006 - 05:18 PM
I'm assuming that you want to use an external source to record from a radio. You need to connect from the line out on the tuner to the line input on the PC. Then using the built in software for the sound device, set up the inputs for line in, adjust volume levels and a folder to save the audio in. Save the material as .WAV type files. You can then collect them with the program for burning CD's and burn them. If you want to burn them as MP3 files, they will need to be "ripped" to MP3 and then burned to CD. IF you intend to play them back on a regular CD player, they must be in .WAV file format, as not all units can play MP3 files.
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