LP Recorder is a software utility that targets users trying to record content stored on LPs and cassettes to MP3 and CDs so that they can play them in a more versatile environment.

First and foremost, you must know that, in order to benefit from the program’s capabilities, a soundcard or an equivalent audio device is required, with the application being able to record from an analog line-in input and playback by means of headphones or speakers.

One you have the program up and running, you are prompted with the main window, which bundles various recorder controls. You simply need to indicate an output location for your audio file, with the possibility of starting, pausing, or stopping the recording at any point.

It should be pointed out that recording in stereo, 2-channel mono or single-channel mono is possible, with the resulting audio being ready to be merged with an existing recording for a smooth outcome.

If you want to be in full control of the recording process, you can rest assured since an option to simultaneously listen and record is provided, so you can assess the results in real time.

It is also worth mentioning that the recording levels can be fine-tuned in order to prevent the risk of distortion whereas the Auto Start feature can be enabled for remote operations. At the same time, Auto Stop is a function aimed at unattended tasks.