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other than a record player Equipment-wise, you’ll need an RCA to 1/8” headphone jack cable and an MP3 encoder that gives you the option of recording any audio from your line-in. If you want to do any more serious recording with some spiffier controls and options, you’ll want to look into something like Adobe’s Audition or Sound Forge. [[User:Ylbissop|ylbissop]] 21:46, 15 May 2007 (PDT)
 
other than a record player Equipment-wise, you’ll need an RCA to 1/8” headphone jack cable and an MP3 encoder that gives you the option of recording any audio from your line-in. If you want to do any more serious recording with some spiffier controls and options, you’ll want to look into something like Adobe’s Audition or Sound Forge. [[User:Ylbissop|ylbissop]] 21:46, 15 May 2007 (PDT)
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Oh no, it's the [http://www.wisegorilla.com/images/masonic/MASONS.GIF Masons!]  ;-) ;-)  Seriously, the Capital G logo does remind me of the Masons' logo with the large, capital G in the middle. --[[User:Mr z|Mr z]] 22:16, 15 May 2007 (PDT)

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Is there any way to convert a vinyl song to an MP3? Or has there been any word on if this will be released on a digital download site such as iTunes? Because I'd rather not buy the vinyl and equipment to listen to it/convert it, nor would I like to steal it... So any word on the online download? And if not, is there any way to convert? Jgrizzy89 10:06, 14 May 2007 (PDT)

other than a record player Equipment-wise, you’ll need an RCA to 1/8” headphone jack cable and an MP3 encoder that gives you the option of recording any audio from your line-in. If you want to do any more serious recording with some spiffier controls and options, you’ll want to look into something like Adobe’s Audition or Sound Forge. ylbissop 21:46, 15 May 2007 (PDT)

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Oh no, it's the Masons!  ;-) ;-) Seriously, the Capital G logo does remind me of the Masons' logo with the large, capital G in the middle. --Mr z 22:16, 15 May 2007 (PDT)