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I'm looking for this Mac application/software. I'm not sure if it exisits, but I'm looking for an application to digitze or catagorize my record collection. I have a lot of vintage records and I'd like to list them all and catagorize them. Is there a software for Mac that can do this?

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To convert vinyl to mp3 you will need spin doctor (comes with Roxio Toast) it will record and split the album into tracks based on the gap on the record

Or you could try audio companion http://www.ronimusic.com/

You may also need a usb sound device like the Griffin iMic (check to see this device might include the software you need)

http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/imic

edit: the imic includes the vinyl software you need
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You might want to look at Delicious Library for catagorizing.
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