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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by opusthe2nd, Dec 23, 2005.
How is the quality? Would you suggest using GarageBand to do this?
It depends on what you use. I have used a bunch of different things but probably the most basic is a roxio/itunes combo descirbed here: http://urlgreyhot.com/personal/node/849 . My question to you is: why do you want to do this? I will say that unless you:
a) have a tiny collection of vinyl that you want to rip
b) are a DJ and are tired of spending your afternoons at the gym
c) are seriously going to sell your entire collection
you are going to be much better off just breakin out your turntable when you want to listen to your vinyl. For any significant number of albums you are looking at a huge commitment of time and energy. And finally converting vinyl to mp3 isnt about great quality, its about acceptable quality while gaining digital flexibility without having to re-buy the tunes.
I have a small amount...maybe 5 that I want on my iPod/iMac. Certainly not enough to warrant buying software to do so. I know I can use Audacity, but was wondering if Garage Band would cut it.
cd spin doctor
i use cd spin doctor... it's part of roxio's toast software and roxio's boom box software. designed just for this purpose, and this purpose only.
I used Amadeus to convert my LP's. It's available from Version Tracker. Not free, but it has a very generous free trial period.
Thanks, but like I said, for 5 LP's I am not seeing the need to buy any software.