Though nothing beats the enjoyment of listening to your vinyl records through a great home audio system, you can’t take your records with you everywhere. Set the channels to 2 Stereo. This short and simple guide will show you how you can use a computer and it’s speakers to play a USB compatible turntable or phono stage. Download and install the Audacity Software available from here: Set the playback device to your normal audio output typically the computer’s built-in soundcard.

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You will hear the audio come through your computer without the need to record.

Using USB Turntables Though nothing beats the enjoyment of listening to your vinyl records through a great home audio system, you can’t take adacity records with you everywhere. The breakdown of the above videos: Although a good Hi-Fi system is recommended in bringing the best out of your vinyl its not an option available to everyone.

Using USB Turntables

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Your email address will not be published. Download and install the Audacity Software available from audaciyt To accomplish this, you must become something of a home recording engineer, but this process is simpler than it may sound.

And while there are alternative methods to get the music from your records into the digital domain, we have attempted to provide the most straightforward, step-by-step instructions in the videos below.

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Put a record on your turntable and start playback. Audacihy the channels to 2 Stereo.

Although other home recording software is available, we use the popular free software called Audacity in the examples we have prepared for you. Listening to Vinyl in Audacity Although a good Hi-Fi system is recommended in bringing audafity best out of your vinyl its not an option available to everyone. Set the playback device to your normal audio output typically the computer’s built-in soundcard.

Close the pop-up window and proceed to recording.

Listening to Vinyl in Audacity

There are many great recording softwares available, and Pro-Ject do not bundle their hardware with any software so you have the turnfable to choose what program suits you best. Audio-Technica USB turntables allow you to connect to a Windows or Mac computer to record your cherished albums on the computer.

These videos are available for you to refer back to at any point to ensure you have all of your computer jsb properly configured for maximum performance with your turntable and computer software.

Again, you may use a variety of different programs to accomplish the same thing and you should check with those software companies for additional assistance with their products. Though nothing beats the enjoyment of listening to your vinyl records through a great home audio system, you can’t take your records with you everywhere.

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So, Pro-Ject Audio Systems have developed a variety of USB devices that allow for recording your precious vinyl to a computer, so you can still listen to your records when you’re out and about.

How Do I Record Music from my A-T USB Turntable on to my Computer?

Whether you are using a Windows computer or a Mac, we recommend watching all of the videos pertaining to your specific operating system to ensure you get set up properly. Once on the computer, you may save the recording to compatible digital files and use them with other devices by burning them to a CD, or putting them onto an MP3 player or other device.

Right click on the down-arrow next to the microphone icon and click ‘Start Monitoring’ to turn it on. However, we get turntahle a lot about the popular open-source program, Audacity; so below we’ve given you some hints and tips for recording vinyl records in Audacity. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. This ush and simple guide will show you how you can use a computer and it’s speakers to play a USB compatible turntable or phono stage.