"How do I copy
music from my computer to my Minidisc?" This page
is designed to help the amateur or novice minidisc user who wants to learn
how to record to a minidisc from a computer. It is assumed that the reader
is already familiar with playing computer audio, whether it be MP3 files
or other audio types. Note that this page is only intended for PC owners.
I know nothing about Apples. If you are using an Apple computer, click
on the Windows shutdown icon:
|Copying audio from computer
to MD: How do I do it? Here is a guide for even the most novice
users who want to find a way to copy audio from their computer. The principles
shown here are described from the point of view of recording them to a portable
minidisc (MD); however the same principles would apply regardless of what
format you are trying to record to -- cassette, DCC, DAT, or others.
|What connectors exist?
A guide to understanding the different kinds of connectors that
exist and an explanation of what these connectors do.
connectors do I have anyway? A guide to help identify what connectors
you have or don't have on your computer and minidisc recorder.
do I need? An explanation of many of the most common cables
used in computer audio. The concepts explained here also apply in a broader
sense in the world of hi-fi audio, too.
|How do I install the USB-to-Minidisc
cable? A step-by-step guide to the installation process for the
minidisc USB cable.
cards. A few things you may want to know before making a decision
on whether to upgrade your computer's sound system from analog to digital,
and the general types of hardware that exist on the market.
Analog? What is it? A simplified guide, explaining in (almost)
everyday language the meaning of the terms "analog" and "digital",
how they are different, and why these terms matter at all.