9 thoughts on “ Switch On And Run - No Artist - Computer & Office Equipement (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Virisar says:
    hello, I have a recording studio, and as a collateral damage we run a webradio transmitting 60 per cent ditigized vinyl records; unless you have pro equipments, 24 bit are always a bad idea, because to burn an audio CD or convert a file to mp3, and so on, you have to downgrade the 24 bit to the usual 16 bit - if you don´t use a fantastic and often expensive software, the converted file will.
  2. Goltikree says:
    Switch II () 1. You're The One For Me 2. Next To You 3. Best Beat In Town (5 Stars) 4. Calling On All Girls (4 Stars) 5. Go On Doin' What You Feel 6. Fallin' (4 Stars) 7. I Call Your Name (5 Stars) The follow-up to Switch, this is a nice album on the strength of I /5(29).
  3. Nikus says:
    The following equipment will be needed to produce a signal capable of being digitised in your PC: a turntable and pickup arm fitted with a good quality cartridge and stylus a pre-amplifier with RIAA equalisation a PC with either on-board sound capability or an add-in sound card interconnecting cables There are a number of problems [ ].
  4. Kajind says:
    USB turntables need a computer and this type usually has lower quality components. A retro record player is great if you don't want quality, and portability is a must. OK, USB decks let you "rip" your vinyl to digital files usually very badly, because the low cost limits the quality of both vinyl .
  5. Zologore says:
    Most of this is pretty straightforward, and you'll have most if not all of what you need lying around. You'll need: 1.) Records 2.) A Phonograph (a.k.a. a Record Player, I'm using a Beogram ) 3.) A Phono pre-amp (In my case a Rotel RAX)* 4.) A Stereo RCA Audio Cable 5.) An RCA to Mini-Jack adapter 6.) A Computer with recording software You can easily pick up records at places like DI.
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  8. Yok says:
    Sep 14,  · Get a Y adapter cable from radio shack, run lines from the turntable to the adapter and plug the adapter's jack in to the audio line in on the back of your computer. 0 - Collapse -.
  9. Meztikus says:
    It is quiet easy to use your computer to record those old tapes and vinyl LP's in your collection to a better CD format - or even as MP3's. Additionally you can record direct from the radio. This guide will show you how to get it done. The article is based on Audacity, .

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