Transfering saved recordings to PC.

TheScionicMan

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Get a software program that can record from the Line-In jack. I like a program called AudioGrabber. Attach your stiletto to your PC line -in via 3.5mm audio cable. Start playing the clip and hit the Record button on the software. It should only take about 4 hours to record...

(BTW, There's no way to transfer the files off of the Stiletto, they are encrypted per device.)
 

HecticArt

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And unfortunately you'll lose some sound quality in the process. But if you're trying to save something just to have it around, it's all you can do.
 

nafddur

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I record from my S2 to my computer using the Xitel `Record from your stereo to your computer' system. This system was $80 at BB, and was slightly cheaper at Sam's Club.
 

flap_jackson

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I'd love to do that if my line-in wasn't shot...

There's a ton of great performances I'd love to get on my computer
 

xan_user

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+1 audacity (once you learn it)
if you record to wav instead of mp3 you wont lose quality-but the file size will be enormous.

edit
posted before knowing line-in was shot.

I think your hosed unless you get a new line-in
 
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