I have a lot of old cassettes. A lot. They fill a large drawer.
Beatles. Dylan. John Michael Talbot. The Traveling Wilburys, Neil Young, Pete Seeger, The Kinks, The Urban Squirrels.
I pretty much only play cds now, especially in my car. I don't want to rebuy all of those albums - and some are now out of print. So how to convert them?
Apparently there are machines you can buy - at a couple of hundred dollars. There's also the possibility of just using a digital audio recorder, playing the tapes on a tape player and recording them, then loading them from the digital recorder onto my computer to burn cds.
Not the best thing for a technical oaf like me. And I'm not sure the sound quality would be the best.
I went to a music store and they sold me a device that supposedly I can hook into my cassette player and my computer to load from one to the other. I brought it home. I can't figure out where to plug it in to the cassette player.
See technical oaf comment above.
I may take my payer and the device back to the store as say, "Okay, how can I make this work?" If they can't help me, I'll go back to the digital audio recorder route.
I'm getting older and my hearing is getting worse anyway!
Pax et bonum