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IMPORTANT NOTICE: I am currently operating at maximum capacity and need to get caught up. Any orders received after Feb 12th, will take a minimum of 30-45 days to complete. As soon as I get caught up, my turnaround time will resume to 10-14 days. Rush orders are still availbale and will be done within 24 hours of receipt. Maximum 1- 3 tapes or records on rush orders.
Audio Restoration, Cassette Tape Repair, Video Transfer Services
Audio Restoration Services
How can we help? Do you have a collection of old 78's or LP's that you hesitate to play on your
Do you have on old tape of a family member you would like to pass onto your children? Let us transfer it to CD and make copies
LP's, 45's, 78's and Homemade Records
Let us restore and transfer your treasured records to CD. Why CD's? CD's do not wear with repeated play, do not warp or crack, and have a shelf life of decades. LP to CD information and pricing.
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Cassette, Reel to Reel, 8 Track Tapes
We can restore and transfer your treasured Reel to Reels, Cassettes Tapes, 8 Track Tapes, Microcassettes and Wire recordings to CD's that will last a lifetime.
Cassette, Microcassette, Video Tape Repair
A lot of tape manufactured in the mid-to-late 1970's is starting to come out of storage now for re-mixing and re-issue, and engineers are finding that it won't play. The surface of the tape has become gummy and it sticks to the heads and fixed guides of the tape transport, squealing, jerking, and, in extreme cases, slowing down or stopping the tape transport. This problem has cropped up on all brands of tape, but is nearly always fixable, at least long enough to transfer. Baking the tape is how it's done. Go here.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Package arrived this morning and I listened to the CD on my favorite reference boom box and it sounded incredible. You did an exquisite job of removing surface/tape noise. It's not every day that one listens to a recording for the first time that one made in 1968 - so I kept my mind open to the experience.
Listening to the recording through my studio monitors only intensified my awareness and appreciation of what a beautiful job you did cleaning up the recording. It's mind blowing in a way - in that it is as if someone took a time machine and traveled back 37 years and recorded the event with a professional DAT machine.
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