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by Graham Williams
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Sound Recording

Debian Packages: gnome-media sound-recorder gramofile audacity aumix aumix-gtk rawrec

Recording from the sound card of your computer opens up the possibility of recording from external sources including your old Long Playing turntable—turn that old collection of vinyl into a collection of audio CDs.

Recording to WAV format takes up quite a bit of space—approximately 10MB for each 1 minute of recording. That's about 600MB for a very long LP, which is about what you can fit onto a CD. Often though old LPs contain just 30 to 40 minutes and so can be doubled up on to 74 or 80 minute CD-Rs.


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