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Chapter 4.  Tweaking the Sound  >  Line-In Recording

Line-In Recording

You may want to bring music into your computer directly from an analog source, such as a turntable for playing vinyl records, or stereo microphones for recording live directly into the computer.

To do this, you need a way to connect the analog source to your computer through a line-in connection—typically a stereo mini-jack on your sound card or computer, which accepts a standard stereo mini-plug cable. Your mini-plug cable may connect to the analog source device (such as an amplifier or mixer) using RCA-type left and right stereo plugs or a stereo mini-plug.


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