[LAU] from cassette/LP to cd (which hardware?)
bob at andresonline.net
Tue Dec 18 21:16:41 EST 2007
record with audacity and split with wavbreaker
On Tue, 2007-12-18 at 15:17 +0000, Studio 32 wrote:
> Thanks for the advices (still welcome).
> What about the hardware part? Just a LP player, and a onboard soundcard? And how should I make the connection?
> studio 32
> > From: millward at ms.umanitoba.ca
> > To: linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
> > Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 09:48:53 -0600
> > Subject: [LAU] from cassette/LP to cd (which prog?)
> > I use Audacity to record the sound and save it to a WAV file.
> > I make a copy, and work on the copy. I use Audacity to break up
> > the huge WAV file into its various tracks and work on the tracks
> > individually. That's easier on the CPU and if you screw up its not
> > such a problem.
> > There's a useful denoise filter on Audacity I sometimes use, but
> > most of the real work is done with the Gnome Wave Cleaner. It's free.
> > http://gwc.sourceforge.net
> > The GWC has just about everything I need; noise filters, declickers,
> > etc. After a track is clean enough, I use Audacity to amplify it to its
> > maximum below the clipping barrier.
> > If you're picky like I am, its a long and distressing job. Some records
> > just can not be cleaned. I only clean records that there are no CDs for.
> > Otherwise, its not worth the time and aggrivation. Good Luck!
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