Receive a drive or discs of your old audio, digitally archived and ready for the devices we use every day.
What We Transfer
Reels, Vinyl, Cassettes and all the rest. We'll digitize them once, the right way, so you never have to do it again. We capture uncompressed WAV files at 48kHz and then can process the files to other formats and bit-rates upon request.
1/4 inch audio tape was the first widely adopted method of recording audio at home. We can transfer 3", 7", and 10" at 3.75 ips, 7.5 ips and 15 ips respectively.
Audio Cassettes were the first mainstream method of consumer audio recording and distribution.
DAT / ADAT
Digital Audio Tape (DAT or R-DAT) is a signal recording and playback medium developed by Sony and introduced in 1987.
Vinyl records dominated music distribution in the 20th century, but have also experienced a revival in the 21st! We can transfer 7" and 12" both 45 rpm and 33 rpm. 78 rpm is also possible.
Personal recorder tapes and answering machine tapes.
The MiniDisc (MD) is a magneto-optical disc-based data storage device offering a capacity of 74 minutes and, later, 80 minutes, of digitized audio or 1 gigabyte of Hi-MD data.
“Not only was I treated with the utmost respect and my detailed requests listened to and followed but while I was waiting I was able to hear them doing the same thing for many people, even reaching out rather than being prompted to do so.” Darin G. - Yelp
Music Tracks and Separation
We transfer each side of a tape, reel or record to its own file. When transferring music that has separate tracks, we do not automatically separate the tracks into their own files (or own CD tracks when output to an audio CD). Tracks are not always obvious as silent areas can occur in the middle of a song, though we offer separation on per track terms.
Why We're The Best
There are many different ways to digitize audio. The trick is to find that sweet spot between a big, expensive process and a cheaper process that sacrifices on quality. Simply put, we did our homework.
Top of The Class
We’ve done the comparisons and have mastered a system that produces the best sound possible in this price range, and back it up with great service. Our system and staff ensure every request is met and communication is made with honesty and respect. Our culture is to focus on the relationship with the client as much as the digitization process itself. Just ask the internet!
We offer different levels of service to meet the different needs of our clients.
Complete service adds noise reduction at a customized level to avoid any distortion to the sound of the recording.
Raw service means you will receive the transferred files without any editing. If the audio is poorly recorded you may need to make volume and noise reduction adjustments on your own.
Digital audio is output to an external USB drive as data, and as CD audio discs - usually as WAV files, which can fit up to 80 minutes per disc - we can split tracks, but extra cost varies. 48kHz is our standard output. We can also process at 41kHz, but we need to be notified of this preference. All files are backed up on our servers for 14 days after the date of completion.