Using an audio cable, you can connect your record player* or cassette deck with your VAIO** to record LP records and cassette tapes in stereo. If your VAIO doesnt provide an audio input connector, simply add an EDIROL AUDIO capture UA-25*** USB audio interface device from Roland, which even lets you record high-quality 24bit/96KHz analogue sources. Or you can use an EDIROL AUDIO capture UA-101*** device from Roland and enjoy the higher performance of 24bit/192KHz recording, 5.1ch support and USB2.0 compatibility.
- When using a record player without a phono-equaliser, a separate phono-equaliser or stereo amplifier with phono-equaliser must be used between the VAIO and record player.
- Any VAIO with an audio input or LINE IN port.
- Availability depends on region.
Revitalise music with professional quality effectors.
SonicStage Mastering Studio includes various high-performance effector modules that are popular at professional recording studios. Developed by Waves Corporation, Sony Oxford, QSound Labs Inc., and VAIO Original, these modules enable high-level adjustment of audio recordings, including minute customisation of effects to suit music of different styles and quality. A wide range of preset effects are also provided that support various types of recording activities.
Automatic acquirement of track title, album title and artist name.
SonicStage Mastering Studio can automatically determine the track title, album title and artist responsible for many pieces of music even if they were recorded from analogue sources. Unlike services that utilise the TOC data of CDs and cannot judge analogue recordings, this function uses Gracenote Internet service to analyse the waveform.
Utilise the music you edit in different ways.
The music you record and edit can easily be stored in a CD or saved as a WAV file and added to the SonicStage play list for simplified file management and playback.