By Lori Spencer


If you’ve been keeping a treasured collection of old 45 RPM records in a box for years, you can transfer those old platters to a digital format, such as MP3, and continue to enjoy them for many years to come.

Archiving your 45 RPM collection requires some audio recording/editing software. Free programs, such as Audacity and WavePad, work fine for most basic transfers. If you’re looking for more advanced editing features, you may want to invest in a program such as Golden Records or Spin It Again (see Resources).


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