AIPL Singulator will record (i.e. rip) an analog 45 or 78 RPM vinyl album or LP, cassette tape, or DAT to WAV audio files while automatically separating songs in real time and stopping when finished. While Singulator is working, you can be off playing. In addition, it is much easier and faster to interact with these smaller files than with one large WAV file, and your computer will crash less often.
Once your analog album or tape has been recorded or ripped into separate WAV files, you can then use other products for noise reduction, to convert the songs to MP3, Windows Media Audio, or AAC for Apple iTunes and iPod, or you can burn the songs to a recordable CD.
AIPL sound separation algorithm is based upon a theoretical and experimental analysis of old analog recordings, and the user interface is designed for maximum flexibility with VU meters and 44.1 or 48 kHz sampling rates.