On Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at 7:30pm, Nicholas Pyers, in conjunction with Perry Liebe, will present “Using CD Spin Doctor” to the Macintosh Multimedia Group [3MG], a joint ventre between AUSOM Incorporated and iMug.
Nicholas and Perry will discuss how to use CD Spin Doctor, one of the “bonus” applications bundled with Roxio’s Toast Titanium, to convert your old”vinyl” LP records and audio cassettes into digital audio files.
They show you how to;
- Import audio into CD Spin Doctor directly from a cassette player or turntable.
- Define tracks and perform other advanced editing features.
- Record your converted tracks to CD or save them for use in iTunes and an iPod (and also in applications like iMovie, Final Cut and Keynote).
Using CD Spin Doctor
- Tuesday, September 12, 2006
7:30pm – 10:00pm
(Doors open at 7:00pm)
- Macintosh MultiMedia Group [3MG]
Balwyn Baptist Church
Corner Whitehorse & Parring Roads
Melways Ref: 46 F8
- Entry – Free of Charge
Refreshments – 30 cents
The slides used during the presentation are available for downloading as a 300K PDF file;
September: Two Dates, Five Presentations
In September 2006, Nicholas Pyers will conduct five presentations in two days, including DVD Conversion; Styles in Pages; iTunes Music Store; & Podcasts; CD Spin Doctor and Stock Media Resources.
To find out more, please refer to the following flyer;
Interested in using the material from this presentation? Any non-profit Apple Macintosh User Group (MUG) may re-print, free of charge, any of the articles written by Nicholas Pyers found at https://www.nicholaspyers.com/articles. There are just a couple of conditions, which basically boil down to letting us know – for the full terms and conditions, please visit https://www.nicholaspyers.com/reprints.