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    I use one of these to capture.

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    Then I transfer the files to PC via a USB lead.
    File can then be edited as required.

    It's far less painful than recording direct to computer.
    Chris :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratmangler View Post
    I use one of these to capture.

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    Then I transfer the files to PC via a USB lead.
    File can then be edited as required.

    It's far less painful than recording direct to computer.
    I have to admit I am tempted to get one of those to use with Turntable in the Living Room - I presume you can mute the Mics in favour of the Line In ?
    VB2.4 storage QNAP TS419p (NFS)
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    I have to admit I am tempted to get one of those to use with Turntable in the Living Room - I presume you can mute the Mics in favour of the Line In ?
    Inserting a line in automatically mutes the mics
    Chris :)

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    I had been using a Behringer UFO202 to record from my Planar 3 turntable (directly connecting the turntable to the UFO202, then connecting the UFO202 to my MacBook via USB).

    I just picked up a Rega Fono Mini ADC (ú89), which works as both phono stage and provides a USB output to connect to the MacBook. What's nice is that you can adjust the output level (output from the UFO202 was a little low).

    In both cases I've been using Audacity to capture the audio stream and do any processing and tagging before exporting files as flac.

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