Audio Recording with a Raspberry Pi Part 1 of n

I've a massive fascination with tiny computers, and so when the Raspberry Pi came out, I was one of the first to get one. I have 3 of them at the moment (there have been various iterations of it, so I had to see what the different versions were like!); to be honest, I've not really made the most of them yet. I put what is now osmc (it used to be called raspbmc) on the first, which is a media centre, a kind of home-grown Apple TV, and Scratch on the second, so that my boys could have a go at programming stuff (they use Scratch at school). I recently had another idea, which is more like the type of thing the Raspberry Pi was »

Digitally Remastering Vinyl

A couple of weeks ago, I went to my local indoor market, and found a couple of old vinyl record shops, and as they had quite a few for only a pound, I decided to buy one for Jo - Bananarama, The Greatest Hits Collection, and one for me - Gram Parsons, Grievious Angel. Anyway, I thought I'd have a good go at putting these albums onto mp3, and while going about it, I might as well see if I could get rid of the pops and clicks. We've got a couple of other records that I've thought about sorting out before as well (which had really bad pops and clicks), so it justified me buying a new stylus for the record player. Incidentally, most shops »