Nowadays we live in the world of digital age that involves CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray discs and scores of audio and video formats to render multimedia data. But, for instance, before the mid 1980s the things went different concerning audio carriers – tapes reigned. Probably you have some tapes that you recorded by yourselves long time ago and want to digitize them. AVS Audio Recorder is what you need then. It is very easy to use and at the same time has quite enough features to get what you want. Follow the steps of the guide to see all the simplicity of the process.
Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the AVSAudioRecorder.exe file and follow the installation wizard instructions.
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Run the AVS Audio Recorder executable using the desktop shortcut or the Programs section of the Start menu. Then drop down the Input Device list and choose Line in or S/PDIF in of the sound card you connected a player to or USB-audio device:
Now decide which audio format the material of your tape is going to be rendered into and choose it in the Recording Format section:
Press the Browse button:
and specify a folder to store the ripped audio in and click the Select Folder button:
Make sure everything is OK with all the settings of AVS Audio Recorder one more time, then check whether a cassette is inserted into a deck of your tape recorder. Click the Start Recording button of AVS Audio Recorder and start playback of the tape, to cancel the ripping click Stop Recording:
The process of recording will begin:
To play the resulting file(s) straight away, click the corresponding button of the AVS Audio Recorder built-in player:
Your file(s) can be found in the destination folder.
If you want to edit your ripped audio or convert it to some other format use one of the following buttons: