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Ok, so I didn't say that I would do this earlier, and, tbh, not many people are probably interested in my opinion, but I am engaging in the Pentecost Grid Blog. I got my info on this from Jonny Baker's Blog Tonight, our church began a process that ... [Read More]



Ah yes I remember it well.
Was it easy to make the mp3?


yes - found a programme that comes with the mac called sound studio. took output from headphones of cassette player and into audio input on mac (in with all the other inputs). recorded the piece as an aiff file and then imported it into itunes. you can then convert it to mp3 in the advanced drop down menu...

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