Remember what the mixtape meant when it was an actual
tape? 'Member how you had to perfectly time your 'record' finger so you got the start of a song, but not the radio announcer's stupid voice-over? 'Member how much effort went into making those things that were essentially love notes on cassette? Wow. Mixtapes were a really big deal.
If you happen to be old enough to remember cassettes and *maybe* decorated your De-La-Soul-meets-Ace-of-Base mixtapes with love-hearts and scratch-n-sniff stickers, then Thanko's Cassette Mate is going to thrill you to bits and pieces.
Super simple: the Cassette Mate hooks into a PC and rips a cassette's audio. Hey presto! Your School's Out Summer Jams of 1992
is living in your iTunes.
Cassette Mate comes with everything needed to convert audio and split up tracks, and it only costs 30 clams.
More at thanko.jp
. Via ubergizmo.com