Links: Audio editing
Of the several hundreds of free programs I have tried and the several thousands of websites I have visited, I give at least(!) 5 out of 5 points to those below.  This is the story about why I give the links at least(!) 5 out of 5 points (instead of being conventional and using a five grade scale with no leeway): To grade all sorts of phenomena is one of my great interests, to watch movies another one. When Skövde Film Festival started some years ago, I started grading every movie I saw. At first, I used the more established five grade scale, but sometimes I thought a movie deserved more than 5 points. Accordingly, I gave the movie in question 6 points. I didn't do so that often, but sometimes I did. Even less often, I gave a movie 7 points. That's how the five grade scale with at least seven grades was born. (I still haven't given more than 8 points on any occasion. To give 9 or 10 or even more points wouldn't be impossible, though, but I can't even begin to imagine what would justify that many points.)
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Andy McFadden's CD-Recordable FAQ
Description: Get extensive yet comprehensible answers to about 300 questions on how to burn CDs.
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Description: Audacity is a free, easy-to-use audio editor and recorder.
How to transfer a tape to a CD using Audacity
Description: Essentially, the process is to hook a cassette tape player up to the sound card on your PC, record the music on the tape to one or more WAV files on the computer, and then transfer the WAV files to a CD.
Comments: The instruction is very good and easy to understand.
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