Record your old audio cassetes with Adobe Audition 1.5 Inspired by digit, oct 2002,I decided to record my old audio cassetes to my pc and save it in form of mp3.I am a novice in this field so I tried a lot and found excellent result by using the following method. Please give your expert opinion to get better result. Requrements: 1. A sound jack to connect headphone output of sound system to line-in input of PC. 2. Adobe Audition 1.5 Sound card settings Play an audio cassete, one song at a time require less HDD space. Start recording at this setting. Recording should look like this After completing recording, delete the unnecessary portion from the recorded wave. Select edit view.Under Amplitude select amplify/fade Select center wave and click ok Now under noise reduction select Clip Restoration & click ok.Value at your choice Now select hiss reduction and click ok.Value at your choice. Right click on the file on the edit window, select waveform normalize. In this window set -14 db at normalize to a level of (After a lot of trial & error I found this value. Save as --as mp3 or any other format of your choice. PLEASE NOTE: THIS TUTORIAL IS ABSOLUTELY MINE. I DID NOT TAKE ANY ADVICE FROM ANY WHERE EXCEPT THE HELP FILE. BUT I REALLY NEED OPINION FROM THE AUDIO EXPERTS TO IMPROVE RECORDING.