Ian wrote:redk9258, have you tried Roxio's LP to CD software? I'm curious to know how well it works.
I've never used that portion of the software but it looks like it would work OK.
When I capture audio, I use Sound Forge. If I am recording a whole LP I record the whole side as one big wave file. I remove any clicks / pops with either the Noise Reduction plug in or Adobe Audition. I then take a noise sample between songs and run noise reduction over the whole file from either software. I then fade each song in and out just enough to eliminate any possible pops and mute the silence between tracks. At this point, I add regions to the file and normalize the level. Then I open the file with CD Architect, convert the regions to track markers and burn away. This ends up with a CD that follows the timing the same as the record.
I am using my trusty Santa Cruz sound card which unfortunately does not have drivers for vista, so I guess I don't have a need for Vista until I build or buy a new computer.