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    Posted: 25 Nov 2022 at 9:37am
Hello, I wanted to connect my Accession MC to the pc to store some songs on the computer. What do I need to do this? Thank you.
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The output of the phono stage will be an analogue signal at line level. You could feed this straight into the line-in of an analogue-to-digital converter for recording to the computer.
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You need an ADC (analogue to digital converter) to take the variable output from the Accession and give a usb connection output to the pc. I use a Focusrite Scarlett  as the ADC which works quite easily. Connection from the Accession to Focusrite uses a phono to jack plug lead. Recording the vinyl to store on the pc could use free software such as Audacity or Vinyl Studio by Alpinesoft which very easy to use.
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"Audio interfaces" are typically an ADC and a DAC, all in one product and used for both recording and monitoring/playback.
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Originally posted by Ash Ash wrote:

"Audio interfaces" are typically an ADC and a DAC, all in one product and used for both recording and monitoring/playback.

Bring back tape! Wink
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Originally posted by Graham Slee Graham Slee wrote:

Originally posted by Ash Ash wrote:

"Audio interfaces" are typically an ADC and a DAC, all in one product and used for both recording and monitoring/playback.

Bring back tape! Wink
I agree.
It was so much easier to record vinyl to tape.
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Tape did need a bias setup and levels being right. Now we can just use a portable digital recorder.
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