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    For those interested in digitalizing their vinyls

    I remember a thread where someone asked for a program to split recorded wave files into separate tracks. I just came across a commandline program written specifically for recording records, splitting them into tracks, apply filters,...
    Check out Gramofile and xmcd2make

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    Re: For those interested in digitalizing their vin

    Well I used Cooledit in Windows, with the vinyl cleanup addon.

    Gave very good results for me, added 100 cds to the collection, with all the good ol' records.

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    Re: For those interested in digitalizing their vin

    Well I used Cooledit in Windows, with the vinyl cleanup addon.
    Well, I was thinking about folks like me who can't afford to spend ~300 bucks for the combo Windows + CoolEdit and don't want to pirate the software either.

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    Well, I was thinking about folks like me who can't afford to spend ~300 bucks for the combo Windows + CoolEdit and don't want to pirate the software either.
    Well, we paided up, the full amount.. and we enjoyed that investment ever since

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    Well good for you Lovechild, some of us have thrown off those chains
    I for one won't be going back unless war crimes winders changes their ways, and even then I'm pretty darned happy with Linux.

    Demian,

    Cool dood, thanks for the info. Now I just got to round up a stylus for the old Dual.

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    Re: For those interested in digitalizing their vin


    Well good for you Lovechild, some of us have thrown off those chains
    I for one won't be going back unless war crimes winders changes their ways, and even then I'm pretty darned happy with Linux.

    Demian,

    Cool dood, thanks for the info. Now I just got to round up a stylus for the old Dual.
    I would love to do this in Linux, but it's was somthing we played around with before Linux became really popular in our household. And as long as the old man is paying, who am I to object ?

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    And as long as the old man is paying, who am I to object ?
    Well, good for you ....

    But for us folks who don't have that old man and who can't afford that ~ 300 bucks, Demian's information offer some alternative to pirating and supporting Windows.

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    Thanks Demian!!

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