Frequently Asked Questions

Title What happens next to the digital recording?
FAQ ID F00000007
Last Update Wed Apr 2006
Description I understand how the digital audio recording works but how is the recording burned onto a compact disc (CD)?
Solution The digital recorder is then connected to your computer via an audio cable.

Specialty audio processing software is then required to re-record the digital record into the computer. This software includes special features to edit, clean, and process the digital signals from the recorder.

There is also a newer version of digital recorders that can be connected to your computer directly with a USB cable and the digital file can be downloaded to your hard drive and then processed on the audio software.

Finally the software includes the necessary commands to burn the audio file onto one or more compact discs.
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