it's pretty simple process, provided you have a bit of computer knowledge. you will need an interface of some sort (I have a 'Mbox') and software (often comes with the interface or is already in your computer). you make a digital file by playing the cassette through the interface, into your computer, then burn a CD from the file. ideally, you want to make the digital file using the highest resolution you can, even though you'll have to 'dumb it down' to make a CD. why that's better than usind CD-spec resolution all along I don't know. alternately, you can just get a hard drive and keep the (hi-rez) files on it and play them back using a USB dac. this means two good things: it'll sound better, and you don't have to burn all those CDs.
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