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Old 14th November 2003, 09:44 AM   #1
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Default Digital recorders - mastering to CD

Is there any way I can simply put recordings from my Boss BR 532 digital recorder onto CD via PC/Mac? the unit has audio-out jacks (the same red and white ones that are on hi-fi equipment) it also has a microphone out put, the manufacturers recommend the user transfers data from the recorder to a PC using the smart media card but this way you lose all the post recording effects/panning etc. You can also burn to a stand-alone CD burner but I don't own a cd burner nor do I have a smart media converter for my PC. and I don't want to make further expenses

Surely if the unit has the outputs I have mentioned. I should be able to just plug into my PC and record somehow? I don't want to try it just now incase I blow something, hope you can help

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