[buug] "record" mp3/ogg?
wallachd at earthlink.net
Wed Dec 22 18:51:44 PST 2004
Ian Zimmerman wrote:
> Hi, I'm a rank beginner with digital sound, hence this question.
> There seem to be plenty of programs to "rip" tracks from a CD,
> save them in the lossy format of the day, and maybe reassemble
> them for burning on another CD. But I want to create files
> from external source - really, whatever the sound card happens
> to play. That's because I'd like to retire my stereo, but only
> after converting the really valuable LPs and tapes. After
> a very short search I have not found any way to do that.
> Maybe I am asking the wrong question? If so I'm sure Rick
> will correct that :-)
I actually have a question not a solution.
By LPs am I correct in assuming vinyl records?
How long does the quality of the LPs last in
regards to quality of sound?
Is there any statistics or information on digital
storage and how long that lasts in regards to
quality of sound?
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