> [email]paulfuchsporkaintkosher.oink[/email] (Paul Fuchs) wrote:
>>How do you do this with Toast? I know how to run a cable to my USB
>>input from my receiver, but don't have a clue past tha. Can't find
>>anything in Toast which indicates it will burn from an og source.
>>Please give exact details so I can te (and publish) the results
> The retail version of Toast comes with an app called Spin Doctor,
> which allows you to record audio from og sources (tape, vinyl,
> etc.) to an AIFF file, then split that file into tracks, edit out
> blank spaces, do some rudimentary editing of hiss, noise from scratchy
> records, etc., and burn an audio CD -- which then can be ripped into
> MP3s if so desired. (Or the individual tracks in the large AIFF file
> can be copied-and-pasted into individual AIFFs for each song).
> The retail version of Toast also comes with the stereo Y cable that
> allows you to plug your stereo components into your Mac's mic-in jack
> (or your iMic if you have a Mac w/o a mic-in jack like the "Digital
> Audio" G4s.)
> Spin Doctor is *not* a part of the Toast Lite program that is usually
> bundled with CD burners.
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