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Newbie question......

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by slahs89, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    Is there a way to transfer your digital songs to cassetes? :roll:
     
  2. Jeemy

    Jeemy Well-Known Member

    type the following carefully into your browser address window.

    do not cut and paste :cool:

    Never mind that, just click here


    []Edited by an Administrator to shorten the web address so the page wouldn't be all whack!]
     
  3. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    So I need a 3.5mm jack, now what? Do I need a certain cassete recorder or something?
     
  4. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    Yes.
     
  5. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    Could you please explain to me how I transfer them?
     
  6. Jeemy

    Jeemy Well-Known Member

    computer > cable > cassette recorder

    remember to press play (and record)

    how did you find this forum if you couldn't find this answer?
     
  7. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    I'm new to recording, not new to being able to find something on the internet. :wink:
     
  8. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    sorry but this question is so stupid...
    you've got to be kidding!!!

    how can someone not know how to connect a rca cable or whatever to a cassete recorder...
    push record on the cassete...

    :-? :? :lol:
     
  9. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    Did you read the title of the thread, "Newbie question"........yes, newbie means that a person is new inLoco. I'm NEW!!! I know nada about recording. Anything making sense in there?...
     
  10. Don't be too hard on him/her. Keep in mind that there are people out there nowadays that have never even seen a cassette tape.
    So, it's not surprising that some people would not inherently know how to record something from a computer to a tape.
     
  11. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    I was asking a question...Im new...If you cant help me, then just keep your snap shut, ok? :p
     
  12. I don't know at whom that was directed, but your question has pretty much already been answered.
    All you need is a cable to go from the line out on your soundcard to the input on your cassette deck.

    A quick search on google yielded this: http://www-beta.sjchorus.org/songs/computer-to-tape.htm

    Ahh, the wonders of the internet.
     
  13. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    look man i already gave you the answer... i did make fun of you but i gave you the stupid answer! and what does a cassete recorder has to do with pro audio gear???
    are you telling me you never recorded a cd or radio to a cassete from your stereo??? if not you are probably around 13 or so right???
    just it has nothing to do with recording!!! even my granny can do that and knows nothing about recording...

    that's a thing you should find for yourself cause if you ask for help on that subject i imagine what's coming next...
     
  14. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    I posted in here because I tried other places but they were so inactvive I would have had to wait forever for one response (And I dont have that much time). And I never have recorded anything from my stereo to cassette, it has always been burning cds. I dont have a good enough computer to get the software required to transfer the songs. I wanted to know how to transfer them from the PS-04 directly to the cassettes. So thanks for all your help but my question still hasn't been answered.
     
  15. Well, now that you have mentioned something rather important ( PS-04) maybe you'll get a correct answer.
    I assume you are referring to the Zoom PS-04.

    Before now, you said nothing of these digital tracks not being on a PC.
    If you had, you would have had a much more valid question.

    In this case, I believe you must transfer the files to a computer via the SmartMedia card. Sorry, it would seem there is no direct way to do it.
    Once that is accomplished, your question has already been answered
     
  16. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    just connect a minijack to rca cable from the zoom to the cassete recorder!!!
    push rec on the cassete and then start from the zoom
     
  17. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    Ok. It took a while because I wasn't very clear, my fault, sorry. But I got my answer. Thanks for the help.

    -slash89
     
  18. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    Slahs89, Go to your local music store or someplace like Guitar Center where someonce can show and explain to you what options are available for existing products and how to interface them to do what you need.
     
  19. slahs89

    slahs89 Guest

    I'll ask the guys at guitar center next time I'm in. Thanks
     

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