How to record MP3s from records, tapes


Author: JT Smith

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.”