I just bought a new Cassette Tape (Player) to MP3 converter to convert my old audio tapes to MP3 via Audacity (came with the player) but when I go to Edit-Preferences-Devices I do not see the USB Audio device (the tape player)?
Is there any way I could edit a config or registry file to manually include this cassette player?
I have used the microphone output (to do this manually) many times before, but each time I get a horrible sound which is not acceptable and is very distorted! That’s why I bought this new device but now I only see
1-Microsoft Sound Mapper (Input) and
2-USB Microphone and
3-RealTek Microphone and that’s it. No USB Audio Device!?
I hope my question is clear.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks a lot!
Hey Thank you for your reply.
I went to Transport and Rescan and found out that the Microphone Array (USB PnP Audio) is indeed my new Tape device!
Thanks very much for your help.
Now I got to find out why there is no sound?..Oh well I will have fun learning
Oh a few weeks ago, I downloaded Audacity from your site and I believe it was a .exe file.
Today it was on the CD that came with my Tape device and it is also in an EXE format.
Thanks a lot again for your quick reply and the quick fix.