Preserve your valuable vinyl LPs and cassettes - record them to CDs or MP3 Files
Now you will never have to worry about scratching your LPs again. You will also
be able to play your LP music in your car or any other CD player that can play recordable
To record a vinyl LP to convert to a CD or MP3 Files you need to use a 'WAV file
recorder' to store a WAV format file on your hard disk. Most general purpose WAV
recorders are packed with functions. They tend to be complicated and time-consuming
to configure and use.
LP Recorder has been designed with one purpose in mind - to record vinyl LPs. Connect
the tape or line output from your stereo to the line input of your soundcard, select
the recording input, enter a filename and press the record button.
You can also record audio from your cassettes, tapes, CDs, DVDs, VCRs, TV, radio,
MiniDisc etc. - or any other audio source that you can connect to your soundcard's
LP Recorder is designed to be used with the track splitting program LP Ripper and the CD-burning software LP Burner. However, LP Recorder can be used with most other
software capable of processing audio CD-quality 16-bit stereo WAV files.
LP Recorder, LP Ripper and LP Burner are used together to record an LP or cassette
to a CD in this way:
Use LP Recorder to record both sides of your LP or tape to a single CD-quality
WAV file onto your hard disk.
Select Split Tracks from the LP Recorder menu to launch LP Ripper to
split the large WAV file into a separate WAV file for each track.
Select Burn Tracks from the LP Ripper menu to launch LP Burner to copy
the resulting track WAV files to a blank CD-R disk.
Alternatively select Encode Tracks from the LP Ripper menu to save the
tracks as compressed MP3 files compatible with the Apple iPod or similar portable
Refer to the Quickstart Guide supplied with each program for more detailed
Special features of LP Recorder suited to recording vinyl and cassettes are:
Automatically adjusts optimum recording levels to avoid distortion
Auto Start for remote operation
Auto Stop for unattended operation
Pause recording - useful for recording a selection of tracks from different LPs
Append to an existing recording
Recording in stereo, 2-channel mono or single-channel mono
Visual level meter can be used to check recording levels before AND during recording
Simultaneous playback option so you can listen on your computer speakers while
Large volume slider with numeric values for precise settings
Skipping and clipping detection and protection
Produces an LP Ripper-compatible Tracks
The menu includes Split Tracks to automatically launch LP Ripper with
the current recording
Supports multiple soundcards / devices installed on one system
Level meter is displayed even if meters are not supported by your soundcard
The remaining recording time, based on the free space on your disk, is displayed
The recorded file is instantly ready for further processing as soon as
the recording has finished
Minimum number of settings for easy configuration
Supported on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP