My BB Storm finally got me to buy a USB phonograph, so I can digitize my LP collection (mostly 60s and early 70s). This has been fun so far (I found an Allman Bros at Fillmore East album I didn't remember I had), and my 20-year-old son wants to copy most of my music (which makes me think his head isn't all that screwed up). Anyway, the Sony software that came with the phono splits the album into tracks, but doesn't allow you to simply create separate MP3s for each track. I though I had just saved it wrong, until the support reply told me that to create separate recordings, you have to save the file under another name, delete all the tracks except one, then go back to the original file and repeat the process. Yikes! A Google search turned up several free software downloads that claim to allow you to create separate MP3 at once. Can anyone recommend the best one for this purpose?