I'm getting back into recording my vinyl as I haven't done it for a couple=
years. A friend plugged in one of those USB turntables (NuMark TTUSB) and i=
was frighteningly easy to start recording from it using Audacity.
Audacity has a feechur where you can convert recvordings from 45 to 33-1/3 =
was wondering if there was a good reason to not do that.
Also, Audacity has click removal and noise reduction, how's it compare to=20
gwc's? (I know... of course gwc's is better, dunno why I asked ;) )
And thirdly, any comments on the quality of the Numark's TTUSB turntable? M=
turntable seems to have bit the dust and having something that doesn't=20
require an amp (or preamp) to clutter up my computer desk is attractive.=20
Although I did see a turntable at amazon that has a built-in preamp that=20
plugs into the line in of a sound card, http://tinyurl.com/ytunxz, that=20
should work OK in llinux.
=46edora Core release 6 (Zod), Linux 22.214.171.124-61.fc6
KDE: 3.5.7-9.fc6 Fedora
11:05:01 up 8 days, 21:56, 2 users, load average: 0.36, 0.33, 0.15
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