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If the record level (content) is sufficient, you could but hiss comes into play quickly. Don't expect much and you'll be ok. I just made some stereo cassettes from micro cassettes from a pocket recorder and without any EQ at all, just putting the volume up to Dolby levels sounded great!
I don't recall if MusicMatch Jukebox has a graphic equalizer or not. (There's a limited ability free version if interested) It's been awhile since last using it. Windows media Player has one on the output so this wouldn't be of much help unless you are mixing them down to cassette or similar. (Pc to pc would work great!)
You could google a search for mixers and graphic eq's and mix down with one but most trials I've found online are like 'one time use only' and after that the features end up greying out on you.
If you can play your MP3's on a stand alone player (ie. Walkman), you could put an EQ in between that and your pc's line in and record through anything you have for software including 'Sound Recorder'. At home I use 10 band EQ's, but have 15 and 31 band EQ's available if I need. But all that's needed to clear up some voice recordings is simple bass/treble controls. With midrange as a bonus and parametric midrange a treat!
As said earlier, just putting the level up to max with 'Sound Recorder' could work out fine without any other outside help. Sound Recorder has an analog meter that is VERY sensitive to distortion if you go too far. It may take a few takes but it may be all that's needed for your MP3's.
Edit again: Err, converted MP3's that is... (and not only analog either) /Edit
Last edited by Fruss Tray Ted; 04-09-2003 at 07:59 PM.
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