Transferring Audio Cassettes

The first magnetic tapes used to record audio emerged in the 1930s, and by the late ‘40s reel-to-reel machines were found in virtually all recording

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Transferring Cylinder Records

Edison 2-minute wax on the Archeophone Many people have never seen a cylinder record. Commercially released ones were made from the 1890s up through 1929,

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What we do / What we don’t do

This has happened more than once… I’m talking to a client about their upcoming recording session, they describe details about the music, arrangement, players, production

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Recording Audio Books

Sometimes referred to as “books on tape,” audiobooks occupy a significant space in the publishing industry, with an estimated half-billion readers (listeners) worldwide. The convenience

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Transferring DAT Tapes

Transferring DAT tapes Some of our DAT decks at work One of the earliest miracles of the digital revolution, DAT (which is simply an acronym

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Estimating the Cost of Restoration

(FIRST PLEASE READ “TRANSFERRING YOUR AUDIO“) There are many unknowns going into an audio transfer/restoration project, and the variables mentioned above can make it difficult

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