No not really mate I havent noticed it be any more dusty than anything else. I have it stood on a glossy black table I do find the feet stick solid to it which is good to stop vibrations but a pain to move it lol
Do you have any trouble with dust sticking as it's a glossy black?
I have this turntable in black and can highly recommend it, good find OP good price.
I have found Audacity great for doing that: https://www.audacityteam.org Identify beginning of each track, name track Edit > edit labels > add labels Once finished, saves as separate songs File > export > export multiple Just mentioning it as it took me a while to work out what you do!
Certainly better than the cheapo "turntables" avalable just about everywhere. If you;re planing to convert vinyl to a digital format it's a good place to start. There is a lot of things released on vinyl that's never been made available digitally. Take The Muppets' Music Hall EP for example which was in the charts in 1977. Not available to stream or download anywhere. Bear in mind that recording the file is only the first step, as you also need to 1. Split the file into individual tracks 2. Silence out any noise between tracks 3. Add tags to identify the tracks when converted. 4. Convert to a user-riendly format such as FLAC for lossless or MP3 for portable use.