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    I've been thinking of getting an ipod, but I realise that you cant directly copy records onto them...for those that own ipod's, whats your way of getting around this problem? I would have thought total recorder would be the best way, but is there any others?

    all help appreciated!

  • #2
    If you have a Mac, just get Garage Band and it'll do the trick. The good thing with GB is that you can little edit and polish the songs.

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    • #3
      Get one and you can be just like this guy: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...24.html?sub=AR

      (you may have to register first, but it don't take long)
      http://wakeupanddie.com
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      http://makethingsmatter.com

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Nick Cope
        (you may have to register first, but it don't take long)
        http://www.bugmenot.com
        Errr..Hambone?

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        • #5
          another ipod question:
          someone mentioned to me that you can't load mixes as it automatically puts a gap betwen tracks.
          is this true?
          can you convert it to being 1 track on i-tunes?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gravy_boat
            I've been thinking of getting an ipod, but I realise that you cant directly copy records onto them...for those that own ipod's, whats your way of getting around this problem? I would have thought total recorder would be the best way, but is there any others?

            all help appreciated!
            I had this same dilemma....and in the end went for the slightly less visually appealing iRiver purely because of its vinyl copying capabilities. Now means that whichever mate I am visiting I can jack into their system and copy any new vinyl they've managed to score.

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            • #7
              for mixes i just load them all into sound forge and make into one long track then make it into an mp3.
              also i record off my decks straight into sound forge then save as mp3 though this all take a while its worth it in the end.
              specially if you get the itrip (the only reason i got an ipod) so you can play all your favorite records in the car. saved me house in makeing tapes
              instagram.com/vinylhoard

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Brother Logic
                Nice tip on the bugmenot thing, shame the article is so depressing when you get there . . . I prefer CJ Nights
                Laminated with Clarifoilâ„¢

                also see : davidhopkinson.org

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by eric-adams
                  for mixes i just load them all into sound forge and make into one long track then make it into an mp3.
                  also i record off my decks straight into sound forge then save as mp3 though this all take a while its worth it in the end.
                  specially if you get the itrip (the only reason i got an ipod) so you can play all your favorite records in the car. saved me house in makeing tapes
                  yep, itrip is tops!!!!
                  new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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