Re: [LAU] Simple hardware & software for digitizing analog audio recordings

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Date: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 - 6:07 pm

david wrote:

Thanks for replying, David! No, I'm looking for something that will
work with my next computer (whatever it might be, probably
near-low-end desktop), and I see some of the new ones don't have any
PCI slots, just PCIe, in addition to USB ports. I don't /think/
PCIe is backwards compatible. Anyway, I went ahead and decided that
the Behringer UCA 202 would be good enough for my purposes, and have
ordered one from Amazon.

> Mine works fine. Gnome Wave Cleaner is easier - it doesn't have

That definitely sounds worth trying. One nice thing is that I can
try numerous approaches, then decide which one sounds best to me. I
can even make this a two-part project -- once I've gotten everything
worth saving into some digital format, I can leave the digital
signal processing until some future time.

Adam

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