OK first let me ask this? Does anyone even have records anymore? I know my dad does and I probably have a few in the attic. I never even thought of how I could get that music into digital format. I would just think buy the album again on iTunes.
But why should you need to buy the same thing twice is the question that keeps running through my mind.
A co-worker of mine just showed me an new gadget that can take records and convert them into digital format. It’s pretty neat or should I use the word neat-o in this case. Basically it’s a USB record player and by using the included software you can capture, edit, clean-up, and convert the music into digital which you can then either burn to an Audio CD or transfer to an iPod or music player.
If your need something like this or didn’t even think you needed something like this, take a look at the VinlyToUSB Converter here.
I’m always curious on what our visitors use to do certain projects. Have any of you ever converted records to CD’s or into digital formats? Let us know in the comments section below on what software you have used and what methods have worked the best.
Here are some other LP to CD or MP3 devices that should be hot this holiday season.