Attention all Gen Xers! It’s time to dust off that cassette deck and turn those precious cassette tapes into MP3s.
Cassette tapes aren’t exactly the highest quality audio, but if you have a few rare tracks that you can’t buy on CD (or a few homemade cassettes you want to back up for posterity), CNET shows how to easily record them to an MP3 file with Audacity, the free audio editor program.
The process isn’t too complicated however the CNET guide provides tips and a great video walkthrough to help those who may be struggling. Hit this link to check it out.
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