I just bought one of those turntables because I want to digitise some of my hundreds of LPs. The process appears to work, but one annoying thing is that I can't monitor the sound while I am recording it to my hard drive. Have you found this to be a problem? It kind of makes it hard to cue up.<br><br>[color:blue]Laz, OFI[/i]</font color=blue><br><br>Time flies like an arow. Fruitflies like a banana. -Groucho<br>
[censored] software) also had the same thing selected for the output by default. After switching it to his speakers we were good to go.<br><br>edit: As a matter of fact, I remember now that his cassette deck was also an Ion brand.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Trog on 01/08/08 04:59 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Thanks, Trog. I found the answer in the preferences for the software (Audacity). I had software playthrough unchecked. This is the default position for this particular piece of software, although it makes more sense for it to be on by default. I've always liked Audacity for its power, but its interface could sometimes be better. Can't complain too much: freeware and all that.<br><br>As for the turntable, It seems a bit lightweight to me, but I did record a piece of a decent LP last night (blindly; I couldn't monitor) and the sound turned out to be pretty good. Tight and clean, good highs, not much noise. I suppose I'll have to go looking for a source for liquid latex now. (My old trick for cleaning records: carefully brush on liquid latex; when dry, peel off. Dirt comes right out of the grooves.)<br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Laz, OFI[/i]</font color=blue><br><br>Time flies like an arrow. Fruitflies like a banana. -Groucho<br>
CD Spin Doctor works great. There is a bit of a learning curve at first and a lot of experimenting with the noise filters, there was for me anyway, too many controls but after that it all falls in place.<br><br>I've only done a little with it, a year or so ago, but I remember it all fits pretty logically once you get over the hump.<br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
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