01-29-2007, 05:45 AM
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hi, i would like to capture audio concerts to transfer to cd. i can download easily from sites that you can click on the audio and download it to a file, but i'm not enough of a techie to deal with downloading from sites that don't have easy procedures for downloading. if someone could let me know how to download these concerts, i would greatly appreciat it. you can email me (best way) or pm me. your assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated. thanks stoogedog
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You'll have to record your audio line. There is nothing you can download. You'll have to record the audio as it plays, using something like SoundForge.

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