LP Recorder Version 11

Version 11.1.1 Copyright 2000-2017 CFB Software
Last Updated 27 May 2017

E-Mail:   info@cfbsoftware.com
Website:   http://www.cfbsoftware.com

Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Minimum System Requirements
  3. Installation
  4. Documentation
  5. Ordering Information
  6. List of Files
  7. Update History
  8. Licence Agreement
  9. Disclaimer

1. Overview

Recording vinyl LPs or cassettes to CDs or MP3 Files

If you want to record a vinyl LP or cassette to convert to a CD or group of MP3 files you need to use a WAV file recorder to store the recording as a digital WAV-format file on your hard disk. Most general purpose WAV editors can be used for recording but they are packed with functions, many of which the average user would never use. They tend to be complicated and time-consuming to configure and use.

In contrast, 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, enter a filename, select the recording source and press the record button.

Additionally, LP Recorder can be used to record from virtually any sound source that you can connect to your line-input. It has successfully been used to record tapes, cassettes, MiniDiscs, VCR soundtracks, radio programs etc. etc.

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:

Refer to the Quickstart Guide supplied with each program for more detailed step-by-step instructions.

Features

Special features of LP Recorder suited to recording vinyl, tapes etc. are:

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2. Minimum System Requirements

NOTE: Some computers, particularly Laptop and Notebook models, have integrated audio chips with limited recording capabilities. Some of these are restricted to (mono) microphone input. Download and run the trial version of LP Recorder to confirm that your computer has adequate capabilities to produce satisfactory recordings.

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3. Installation

LP Recorder is distributed as a self-installing file LRSetup.exe

Install LP Recorder as follows:

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4. Documentation

All of the documentation is contained in the online Help file. When running LP Recorder, press the F1 key for to display Help related to the current screen or select Help from the menu for information on other parts of the system.

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5. Ordering Information

5.1 Free Trial Version

The trial version of LP Recorder is available free of charge so you can check how useful it will be to you. It has all of the features of the registered full version except that each recording is limited to 4 minutes.

You are free to distribute the trial version. It may be given away to anyone, included on CD-ROM libraries, uploaded to WWW pages, ftp sites and bulletin boards, etc. as long as it is distributed in its complete original form.
 

5.2 Ordering LP Recorder

You can order the full version of LP Recorder in many different currencies using:

Go to the LP Recorder Order page at the CFB Software Website for the latest details.

Most on-line credit card orders can be processed in real-time and the full version downloaded to be used straight away.

Note: DO NOT distribute the registered full version of LP Recorder without the expressed written consent of the author.


5.3 Refund Policy

CFB Software's products are provided as trial versions that can be downloaded via our website. Use these 'try-before-you-buy' versions to ensure that they are compatible with your computer systems and satisfy all of your requirements before purchasing a full version.  All sales of full version licences are final. Once the access details for the full version have been issued they cannot be cancelled. Thus we are only able to provide refunds for accidental duplicate orders.

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6. List of Files

The LP Recorder package installation program is a single file called LRSetup.exe 

After running LRSetup the following files are created in the directory that you specified:

LPRecorder.exe   Main program
LPRecorder.chm   Help file
QuickStart.chm   Quick start guide
ReadMe.htm   This file
WhatsNew.htm   Summary of new features
UninstallLPRecorder.exe   Uninstall support file
UninstallLPRecorder.log   Installation log

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7. Update History

v11.1.1

v11.1.0

v11.0.0

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8. Licence Agreement

You should carefully read the following terms and conditions before using this software. Your use of this software indicates your acceptance of this licence agreement and disclaimer.

Trial Version

There are no restrictions to the number of computers that the trial version of LP Recorder may be installed on, or the number of people that can use it at any one time.

Registered Full Version

A registered full version of LP Recorder may be installed on one or more computers but may only be used by the single person in whose name it is registered.

Music Copyright

LP Recorder must not be used in any way which would contravene any music copyright laws applicable to the user.

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9. Disclaimer

LP Recorder is used entirely at the risk of the user. Although great care has been taken to eliminate defects during the development of LP Recorder, it is not claimed to be fault-free. No claims are made regarding its correctness, reliability or fitness for any particular purpose. The Author shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages, loss of data or personal injury in connection with furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

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