I like to keep my computer and my 2-ch system far away from each other. A totally different, and very satisfactory, way to go is to use a digital recorder with removeable media. It stays in the system all the time and is quick and easy to use, just like a cassette deck. You get the option to make a quick as-is (but not at all bad) recording, like copying vinyl to hear in the car, or engage in the more time consuming process of editing on the computer and then tracking and burning. Keeps computer freed up while recording. Keeps work area (and all its RF) and listening areas separate. I could go on.
I've used the Sony CDR-W33 CD-R and the Edirol R-4 HD recorder with much success. I've also used smaller devices where you bring the recorder over to the PC to dump the data rather than just the media.
There's now a whole new generation of solid state rack mount recorders that I've yet to gain experience with but look very promising like the Denon 650R and some Tascam offerings.