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[News] Linux Music Server Introduced, GNU/Linux Rescues Music from Vinyls

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Serving up music with Sockso

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| The Sockso personal music server lets users distribute digital tracks over a 
| network. Sockso comes with a server and a neat front end that gives users 
| easy access to audio data. The Sockso server supports popular audio formats 
| such as MP3, OGG Vorbis, and WMA.   


Vinyl + Audacity = MP3

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| If you were born before 1975, you may have a collection of records that you 
| want to convert to digital format. Some open source software and a cable are 
| all you need to convert your prized vinyl to something portable.  
| If all you want to do is create MP3 files from you LP tracks, the only 
| software you'll need is Audacity. If you want to convert vinyl to CD, you'll 
| need cdrdao and cdrecord as well. All are readily available in most 
| distributions' package repositories or from the projects' sites.   


I'm ripping all my CDs at the moment (Ogg). It's a drag-and-drop job in KDE!


Ripping Vinyl with GNU/Linux

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| Recently my Dad started sending me pieces of his vinyl record
| collection. He has a ton of good stuff from Led Zeppelin to The
| Beatles and everything in between from 65'-75'. My plan is to
| archive all the albums to my computer and do some other fancy
| things with them like converting each track to an MP3, allowing
| for easy distribution via CD or over the Internet. Below is the
| process that I used after doing many hours of research on and off
| line.

Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux)


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