Re: Digest Number 132
- Hi Chaz,
Here is a way to listen to the Red Hot Jazz archives in your car etc:
There are many recording programs available where you can record a
tune in real time (just like the olden days with tape recorders) .
Afterwards, you can play them back on Windows Media Player or burn
them to a CD.
There is a sophisticated recording program called Acoustica, which
will let you try it for free for 30 days. Then you have to buy it
for $35.00. Do a Google search on recorders, or check C-Net etc to
see what is available.
My old Windows ME had a great recording program, but when I upgraded
to XP, Microsoft jinxed it, due to the present policies of the
recording industry. However, to record in real time is not file
sharing, but I am not familiar with all the legal aspects.
- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, chaz_2053@c... wrote:
> Jazz lovers, I just wanted to tell you that I have been listeningat the "key hole" for a couple of months, and I cannot believe the
knowledge that each of you have. It would appear that 99.8% of the
members have been professionals, and it really shows. I am a
listener---specifically of dixieland jazz for some reason. I think
it is because I can still understand most of the words. I am 70
years old, partially disabled, and you give me much, much pleasure
each day. You and Red Hot Jazz.com. Boy, if I could only find some
way to make some of that music into MP3 or wave to download on
Windows Media Player, I would have a bigger collection than I do
> You have introduced me to so many names, and it is great to flipover and listen to them play ----from 1918 or so. WOW! We do live
in a great time to be alive.
>bestowed on me. Haven't always understood all of it, but I am
> Thank you again for the pleasure and the knowledge you have
slowly catching on
> chaz, the senile senior in illinois who
> still is on the right size of the grass
> > There are 7 messages in this issue.