OK, I'm not the most savvy guy when it comes to making mp3's, but I do know audio and computer equipment. I have a tape that one of my bands did several years ago, and I want to make an mp3 out of one of the songs, so I can show everyone what a sorry player I am. I have a Kenwood cassette deck, pretty high quality(supposedly 30-18,000 hz) and a Soundblaster AWE64 soundcard. First, will I get decent sound quality if I use the RCA outs on the cassette deck and then with an adapter, plug that into the 1/8" stereo mini aux jack on my soundcard? Second, do I record it as a wav, a midi, or directly to an mp3? Third, what is some decent freeware to facilitate this project? Fourth, going through all of these steps, will the quality be halfway decent? Thanks in advance for your help!