|Ripping, digitally remastering a cassette tape? 23:07 - May 15 with 348 views||Banosswan|
I don't know the terminology, but is there a way/company who can convert an audio cassette to digital and improve the quality? I appreciate this may be relatively simple, but I'm inept!
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|Ripping, digitally remastering a cassette tape? on 16:17 - May 16 with 201 views||Porthcawlswan|
I work for a mastering company. Email my boss email@example.com, he might be able to help you
|Ripping, digitally remastering a cassette tape? on 16:22 - May 16 with 196 views||Darran|
My mate had some done by the bloke working in Cranes music store a few weeks ago the difference was incredible.
Ring them and ask for Mike,01792 467330.
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|Ripping, digitally remastering a cassette tape? on 20:55 - May 16 with 129 views||rlw|
Walkman, aux cable between headphone socket and line in on back of computer. Play the tape while recording, save to wav or mp3 or whatever.
If you don't have line in use headphone mic port and windows recorder, sound might be lossy and compressed slightly though.
Download audacity (freeware) and play around with tones noise etc