Posted on May 25, 2004 04:17 pm
Member Since: Apr 04, 2004
Is there anyway to hook up a cassette recorder like the Tascam 424MKIII to my computer??
[ Back to Top ]
May 25, 2004 09:25 pm should be. to output stuff into the computer? jsut go to radioshack and buy some 1/4 to RCA adapters or something.
HuePinnipedal Czar (: 3= Member
May 25, 2004 09:50 pm OR... a (L/R)RCA to 1/8th TRS cable would pull that off nicely .
Since: Apr 11, 2004
tonyd1970The fat one always watches us.Member
May 28, 2004 08:42 am radio shack has a rca left/right to 1/8 stereo piece that i used on my tascam, i used on just a cassette player (to import old cassettes and make cd's) and currently use on my mixer.
Since: Nov 08, 2002
TheTincanbugsloppy dice, drinks twiceMember
May 28, 2004 09:30 am Steve, are you talking actually syncing recordings with output from your computer? Or about putting audio onto your computer from your Tascam?
Since: Aug 05, 2003
You can put any kind of audio on your computer... Just run it into the in on your sound card. I have a cheap handheld tape recorder that I write music with, when the tape is full I feed it into my soundcard and record it into mp3's, with a seperate file for each different song idea. You can capture audio from just about anything... radio, cd, tape, tv, whatever, if you set it up right. As far as the audio syncing thing, I don't have experience in that area...
Of course if using line level output, put it into the line in of your sound card. You may have some distortion difficulty if you try to run sound from a headphone output into a microphone input, but just tweak the volume down to get the distortion as low as you can.
If you would like to participate in the forum discussions, feel free to register for your free membership.