Re: [acid-jazz] + My CD & Vinyl Collection ------> MP3 +
From: Addi Hou (adease1_at_hotmail.com)
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Date: 2003-03-31 21:20:01
Pedro, sounds interesting (and time-consuming) what you are doing. can you tell me your process as I am interested in transferring some of my vinyl recordings on to my harddrive and then to MP3 format. I have a Mac G4 laptop. What programs and/or hardware connections do I need?
Also, can anyone recommend the best (and easiest to learn) program out there to get a mixes on to a cd via turntables>mixer>G4 harddrive? I heard that ProTools is good for this. I downloaded the free version but it seems a formidable task to learn.
>From: "Pedro Cevallos Jr"
>To: , ,
>Subject: [acid-jazz] + My CD & Vinyl Collection ------> MP3 +
>Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 19:49:01 -0500
>I have been trying to archive me entire music collection (two decades
>worth) into my external HD. For the last six months I have been
>involved in cleaning the records, finding the choice cuts, EQing them
>just right, dumping them first to DAT and then into the HD (all of
>course in real time). This labor of love finally came to an end when my
>60 gig HD finally told me it was full this morning. Thus I come to the
>oracle and ask for your collective wisdom... Can anybody point me in
>the direction of the best HDs for storing the rest of my collection?
>Firewire or USB-2? Any and all leads are greatly welcomed.
>"...beginning in the fourteenth century, the clock made us into
>time-keepers, and then time-savers, and now time-servers. In the
>process, we have learned irreverence toward the sun and the seasons, for
>in a world made up of seconds and minutes, the authority of nature is
> -- Neil Postman --
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