DIGITIZE YOUR OLD CASSETTE TAPES and VINYL LP FOR CD
Released on: May 3, 2008, 4:56 am
Press Release Author: FAE Systems
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DIGITIZE YOUR OLD CASSETTE TAPES & VINYL LP FOR CD
If you're like most anyone, you've been recording lots of cassette tapes and buying LP disks. Over the years, you've collected plenty of records that you want to preserve forever. Unfortunately, much of what you have will not stand the test of time. Sound distorts, quality vanishes. Fortunately, we live in the age of computer technologies and optical media where CD disks can preserve their content a hundred years to come.
Fullerton, CA - March 22, 2008 - FAESystems Inc. today announces the availability of Free Audio Editor 2008, a new tool for digitizing sound records of music cassette tapes, vinyl LP disks and videos. The digitized records can then be recorded onto CD disks.
Free Audio Editor is computer software for Windows-based computers. Once installed, the software will let you transfer the content of a tape, LP or VCR tape to the digital form and save the output to the hard disk drive, creating standard digital sound files. And it can mercifully do so while unattended. Timer and input level triggered recording is included. After all, you may not want to sit around and listen to all those tracks while they are being recorded.
To begin the recording, you need to attach a cable from your sound device to the computer, start playback and click the Recording button. That's pretty much you need to do!
The software lets you copy tapes as they are or use the computer to edit records before the burning process occurs. You can cut, copy and paste parts of records and, if required, add effects like echo, amplification, noise reduction, reverb, chorus and flanger, as well as time stretching and key transposition tools. Recordings distorted by noise, clicks, crackles or missing high frequency content can be restored easily. For you convenience, the new version comes with a real-time effect preview to let you check the results of effect application instantly. Besides, the software offers batch processing, which supports up to 32,000 files. It allows you to apply effects or convert files as a single function. When you have edited, previewed and prepared everything, transfer to a CD disk is quick and easy.
Free Audio Editor works as a .wav editor or .mp3 editor but it also supports a number of other file formats, including .wma, .wav, .mp3, .mp2, .vox, .gsm, .dsp, .cda, .aiff, .au, .raw, etc.
NOTE TO EDITORS: For additional information visit www.free-audio-editor.com.
Product page: http://www.free-audio-editor.com/ Download link: Company website: http://www.free-audio-editor.com/ E-mail: email@example.com
Postal address: FAESystems Inc.б 2500 Harbor Boulevard, E-26-Cб Fullerton, CA 92634-3100
Web Site: http://free-audio-editor.com/
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