PCWorld: "Any standard PC with a sound card can record and archive almost anything that you can play through a
stereo system. That includes old 33, 45, and 78 RPM records; reel-to-reel and cassette audio tapes; FM
radio broadcasts; and soundtracks or live concerts recorded from a telecast onto VHS videocassettes. With
one of a number of free or shareware software packages, you can organize your favorite songs on your hard
disk and then put them into easily accessible music libraries or onto custom discs."
May 14, 2001