I saw an earlier msg about converting cassettes to CDs. I'm want to convert my cassettes into MP3s. I've been trying Nero and a program called Golden Records with a big learning curve on both. I've successfully used both to convert a cassette into an mp3, although Golden Records always gives me an error message. However, my problem is, it ends up being all one track for one side of the cassette, and all one track for the other. I want to put it on my iPod, and that will be a drag if 5 songs are in one track. I can't quite seem to figure out how to automate the process of splitting the songs up into tracks. Nero seems like it should do it, but I use the Tape to CD Wizard in Nero's Sound Trax, and I end up with only one big track when I return. What am I doing wrong? Or, do I have to create a wave file, then take that into the Nero Wave Editor, and do it myself? That's specifically what I want to avoid. I've got about 50 cassettes that I'd like to convert, and if it takes that long, I'll have to give them a proper burial and cry. What's the most efficient way you've found to do that?