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By lawrin ·
I have a friend who want to record music from a cassette to a CD. He bought a CD-Writer, and he said that he was able to connect an external cassette player to his computer. He thinks that he will just be able to play the cassette and the music will record onto the CD. I don't think it can be done that way. I think that he will have to record the music from the cassette player to a file on the computer's hard drive (with the use of a microphone or recording software), the copy the audio files from the hard drive to the CD writer.

Does anyone know if this can be done, and can you tell me who is right in their thinking, me or my friend?

Thanks,

Lawrin Walker

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Answer #5 is off-base. I have burned CDs for years by first recording as WAVs then burning to CDs. Winamp has an MP3 ripper built in to it so you can convert to WAV files and then burn to CD. I guess, what I'm trying to say, is the claim that home CD players will not play CDs burned from WAV files is patently false.

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