OK, I'm admitting up front I "use" things but am not technologically proficient, and there's too much terminology I don't understand.
I just got a USB Turntable that I hope I set up correctly. I have Windows XP. I want to record my 33/45 vinyl records so they can be used on my MP3 player (Sansa Fuze).
So, how do I get from A to Z?
I've recorded a couple songs to test the system. They seemed to record, and I split them up. I saved them as OGG -- is that what I should have done? I think my real choice is between that and MP3; not WAV, but I'm not sure. Also -- regardless of how I save them, my options (for example) are "export to OGG" and "export Selection to OGG"; is there a difference?
Is there a recommended file to temporarily put the songs in? Eventually I want to move them to Windows Media Player to get them on my MP3 player, but haven't figured out how to make that happen. I can't seem to move them there directly.
The biggest thing for me at the moment is that the booklet says after I stop a recording, I can hit Play and listen to the song. But, no can do. I hit play, and it's obvious it's scanning the "squiggly lines", but no sound, and I've spent the last couple hours trying to find the problem. I seem "so close", but I don't want to spend time recording till I know if I really have something recorded, and how it sounds.
Any/all help greatly appreciated. Sharon