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ANALOG DEVICE SOFT AUDIO DRIVER
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Thus, Sound Recorder is unsuitable for our work, although it would do in a pinch. But regardless of the tool you use, the process is the same.
First, ensure that the Line In port is enabled in Analog Device Soft Audio because it often isn't. I left the volume level at its default, about 75 percent, but you might experiment with this setting based on the volume of the recordings you create.
Next, cue up the audio, which is generally a manual process on albums and cassettes, by pressing Play on the component stereo device, then clicking Analog Device Soft Audio in Audio Edit or your tool of choice; the tool Analog Device Soft Audio then prompt you to begin the recording. A couple of recommendations: Also, you should record songs individually, if you can, and leave room at the beginning and end of each song so that you have space for editing.
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You want a few seconds of lead-in and lead-out time so that you can create the appropriate fades. After recording the song or selection, stop the analog playback.
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A flat line represents silence. First, edit the beginning and end of each song so that, if possible, you have a second or two of silence. This process won't work with some Analog Device Soft Audio, such as live concert recordings, but it should be easy with most studio tracks. In Audio Edit, you can clip audio sections by selecting them in the sound-wave display area, just as you'd select text in a word processor.
Then, select Edit and Cut. Do this both for the song's introduction and the ending, where appropriate.
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