Audio Music on web page

I would like to be able to know a step by step guide as to how does one transfer a music from a tape on to the web page or computer and be able to play the music on computer using real audio.
Ramani
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dipnbaCommented:
First record the music by plugging in one of ur headphone's cord into the "line in" in your soundcard.. then open your recording program through which u can record your voice using microphone and change the recording device from microphone to "line in".
In case you do not have "line in" at the back of ur cpu... plug in that cord in the "microphone"... (u wont need to change the recording device if u do it that way).. then you can record the music you play and save it in .ra format and upload it to ur site..
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ramani081399Author Commented:
dipnba,

 I could not figure out how to do the uploading from the tape to the pc by reading your answer.could you please tell me exactly as to what connections need to be made from the casette tape recorder to the pc.
Ramani
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bmmcgillCommented:
Connect the Line Out or Phono jack on the tape player to the Microphone jack on your sound card. Using the windows Sound Recorder or a similar sound recording program you can record the tape on your computer as a wave (*.wav) file. Then, using a Real Audio Encoder program you can convert the wave file to a Real Audio (*.ra) file. If you upload the file to a web site and wish to listen to it via the web, you need to create a playlist file (*.ram), otherwise by default the real audio file will be downloaded instead of automatically played in the Real Player. If you need further assistance I would be glad to help.

-Brian
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