Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] record .wav to cassette tape?
From: Kevin Ernste (kevine88_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Feb 15 2002 - 18:32:13 EET
For conceptual purposes in this case, think of your computer as another
stereo component. For instance, with your new SBlive, you could just run
an "1/8inch to red/white rca" cable directly from the first output of
your card into your cassette "record" inputs. Or if you have a home
stereo reciever, you can just run your computer into it as another
"component"...like into the CD in, or any other audio input that you are
not using. Either card will work for this.
Then it is just a matter of playing the .wav file on your computer (with
any sound player or editor) and pressing record on the cassette deck.
I hope this helps.
--- author <millward_AT_Ms.Umanitoba.CA> wrote:
> I've got a .wav file I'd like to
> transfer to cassett tape. Could someone
> tell me how to do this?
> I'm using Red Hat linux 7.2 with
> Creative Labs PCI 128 but I'll soon
> be installing the cheap version of
> a Sound Blaster Live, so I'll have
> two sound cards installed.
> I'm told you can do this with linux, Y/N?
> I hope one of these cards is capable
> of moving .wav files to and from
> cassett tape using linux.
> Any comments would be very welcome since
> I've got no idea how to do this.
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