moderated Re: Converting/Saving audio media

Richard Turner <richardturner42@...>

I find that GoldWave does a very good job.

It is free for the quite a few uses, then it asks you to Pay $50 for unlimited use.

I’ve used it since its early beginnings and find it to be my most versatile audio recording/converting program.


You can also use Windows Media player, though it is very tricky since the various dialogs are not screen reader friendly.


As for burning an MP3 disc when you have the files, AnyBurn is free and easy to use for burning data discs, which is what an MP3 disc is, or burning regular 80 minutes CD audio that can play in any CD player.





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From: <> On Behalf Of Justin Mcdevitt
Sent: Monday, March 23, 2020 6:13 AM
Subject: Converting/Saving audio media




I am currently going through a fair number of cassette tapes, containing spoken conversations, as well as  audio CDS many of them containing various XM radio music programs and specials.

Using JAWS, what programs are available where I could insert the CD in my PC and convert them to MP3 files, where I can store multiple CDS on one single MP3 disc.

Related to this issue, I have an older CD player though I am not sure if it has the capacity to create MP3 files. I would guess there is a program that can help make this happen. In truth, I really have not converted any media to an MP3 format, so would appreciate some direction/assistance from those of you who are familiar with this process.

Regarding the cassette tapes, I have an old cassette deck, which I could use to transfer specific content onto an MP3 disc. Again, assistance with regard to this process is really appreciated.

I would really like to preserve some of this content, both spoken word and audio as it is a part of my personal history.


Best to all, Justin  

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