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Micro-cassette - Digital audio
Jesse Beals, Photographer
Tracyton | WA | USA | Posted: 7:01 PM on 10.25.16
->> So I have a challenge here. I have a 39 year old Micro-Cassette tape that has a conversation on it that I want to pull off the old cassette tape and clean up on the computer to insert it into a funeral video.

So I question is this, seeing how the audio is already bad, how can I get this recorded the best to my laptop???
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Sam Santilli, Photographer, Photo Editor
Philippi | WV | USA | Posted: 9:05 AM on 10.26.16
->> Is there even a place for a patch cord?
You might just need to rerecord it with open microphone(s) then clean it up.
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Jim Colburn, Photographer
Omaha | NE | USA | Posted: 10:48 PM on 10.27.16
->> 1) 1/8" TRS to 1/8" TRS cable running from the output of your micro-cassette player in the mic input of your laptop.

2) Garage Band or Audacity to record the stream as a digital file and edit same. Both have things that will "clean up" the audio.

3) Funeral.
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Wesley R. Bush, Photographer
Murfreesboro | TN | U.S. | Posted: 1:43 PM on 10.28.16
->> Won't the player need to have a line out for that to work as line in input?
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Greg Francis, Photographer
Rochester | NY | USA | Posted: 11:15 AM on 10.31.16
->> Jesse, I purchased a few years ago a VAAS regular tape player that allows you to input audio into your computer with some software, I haven't used it, but the model is BR602 by VAAS, so maybe you can find the micro equivalent..
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Jeffery Jones, Photographer, Photo Editor
Gallup | NM | USA | Posted: 3:18 PM on 11.04.16
->> Wesley - most microcassette recorders had earphone jacks (never mind that iPhones no longer do)and can play sound out that way - you just need to make sure the volume on the cassette player is turned up to a decent level.
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