Originally Posted by Dr Millmoss
Your link doesn't work but I would suggest using Audacity (free) and a double male stereo jack set, or an RCA to male jack, depending on the type of output your cassette player uses. If you don't have a cassette player, check around the thrift stores.
Thanks for the input!
I considered trying something like that, but I am concerned that the quality of the audio might not be as good as I'd like it to be, and I'm also concerned that these tapes are very fragile, and it would be tragic to lose them. This http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...reetalklive-20
has some sort of measure to protect old cassettes to some extent.
I know very little about this kind of thing. If someone who does tells me I should go another route, I have no problem with that. I just want quality audio, and to feel confident that the cassettes won't be ruined (at least until after they're archived).