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terry wrote at 2014-01-09 14:39:03
if you only have 3 cassettes worth it's probably easiest just to find somebody to copy them for you (assuming you trust them not to steal all those brilliant songs!). They can add track spacing etc. and maybe clean it up a bit. Hope this helps.


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