[aclug-L] Re: MP3 to CDR converter?
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On Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 08:43:39AM -0500, Lowell Premer wrote:
> On a related note, does anybody know of a free/cheap way to go from analog
> audio ( live recording on a minidisc ) to mp3, preferably directly but
> any way is acceptable...
Just get a connection cable with two 1/8" plugs on it to run from the
headphone jack to the sound card on your computer. It's probably $1 or
less. Record from the sound card and then encode to MP3.
Tools like gramofile and wavsplit (included in Debian) can help automate the
If you don't have a sound card, or it's very important to get high-quality
sound, I suggest the iMic USB adapter from Griffin. It's about $35, I
think, and features 48kHz recording and eliminates a lot of noise that you
might otherwise get with a sound card that's built in to your computer. I'm
not 100% sure that it works with Linux, but I know it works with MacOS X and
Windows. If you buy it from apple.com, you get free shipping.
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