I don't know much about sound files but I have some original Shadow radio programs on tape. I used an application called Coaster, which is free, I think, to record the sound from a tape player to the computer (as an aiff file) and then used SoundJam to convert that to an mp3 file. If you can record the 'Real' file from your sound output to a tape, maybe you can do something similar. <br><br>Audiophiles may gasp at this method but it worked and, fortunately, I had the foresite to copy someone's code for posting an audio file because I didn't have a clue on how to post one. I remember "Inner Sanctum" well.<br><br>drjohn<br><br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
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