N/APosted on - 10/08/2011
I would like to record AND edit audio on my old cassette tapes. I have dozens of tapes that I need to burn onto CDs or DVDs. But I also want to edit them first and combine some audio from different tapes. I consider these tapes rare and I need these to be transferred into more durable media like compact discs.
I have a built-in sound card and I do not know how to go about it. I have Windows Vista Ultimate installed and is running smoothly. Any suggestions?
I would like to record AND edit audio on my old cassette.
You can do it by transferring the audio on the old cassette to computer and what ever you want with them you can do it and then burned it on any DVD or CD from you computer. To transfer these audio you must have all the required Hardware which is used in that. Once you transfer these audios then you can edit it on you computer by using softwares. You can edit the audio using the software like Ulead and many more like this open the audio or load to the software which an edit it and make any change you want save the change and then save the audio to any drive in your computer and then burned it on DVD or CD. thanks