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Convert my cassettes to mp3 format

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ColouredBallSmall financial investment.

Large time investment.
Bought a cheap cassette player with USB connection. Brought back wAlkman memories.
Used audacity to record and clean up the audio. Converted to mp3 and imported to my iTunes library.
Worth it is it saved some audio I would not otherwise have access to! 14 months ago


ColouredBall 3 years ago


OtterGirl537Putting on Pause

I have so many things, I can’t add new things… I’m moving this over temporarily until December so that I can have other goals :) 21 months ago


OtterGirl537My Grandfather's Tapes

In the decade or so before my grandfather died, he record his favorite life stories onto cassette tapes for his 4 children. They are stories of interest and adventure, in time when most of the world was still young and innocent. One of my cousins and I discussed transferring them to some form of digital media 10 years ago, but the technology lagged. Now, it sounds simple, so on to the list you go. 2 years ago


OtterGirl537 2 years ago


SimplicityInTheLBC

SimplicityInTheLBC 2 years ago


SimplicityInTheLBCTakin' it back to the old school

I’ve been digging around in my new classroom and I discovered an enormous drawer full of cassettes that would probably be pretty useful in my teaching (musical theater, orchestral music, recordings of previous choirs). I’m going to make it a project to convert a few per week to mp3 format – it’s a big undertaking but it will get rid of all the cassettes, at any rate. I don’t have a deadline to finish, so this can go on indefinitely.

I also found a few of my own cassettes in a box not long ago. Two of them are of my mother reading bedtime stories :) I’ll have to see if I can find any of my dad. 2 years ago


The Hermit 4 years ago


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