Digitizing music

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Interested in listening to yesterday's music with today's technology? This article describes how to convert LPs and cassettes into a format that you can play back on your computer.

Linux offers users more or less everything they need to digitize legacy audio recordings on LPs or cassettes. To enjoy your golden oldies on your PC in the very near future, follow this simple guide.

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