Interesting article, but I can't help feeling that using a computer for this is unnecessarily complicated. I've been doing the same thing using a hi-fi CD recorder bought from my local Richer Sounds. They're not particularly expensive and slot neatly into a hi-fi system. You can also use it as a CD player if you haven't got space for both.
The only advantage I can see in using a computer is if you have software that eliminates surface noise from the record, but I'm not aware of any such software for RISC OS.
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Wakefield 2009 wrap-up, photos and video The weekend's RISC OS event has been and gone and we've got the rest of our lives to look forward to. Here's a round-up of extra news and Drobe's show-related coverage and some photos taken from Wakefield 2009 - plus a video from the show floor. 16 comments, latest by AW on 29/4/09 7:41PM. Published: 27 Apr 2009