|If you own an
old recording that you would like transferred to a CD,
please let us know. Your recording may be in 45,
LP, cassette, 8-Track, DAT, or standard 1/4 inch reel to reel
formats (1 7/8, 3 3/4, 7 1/2, 15, or 30 ips). We also can transfer
radio station carts to CD, using one of two in-house triple-decker ITC
Tape recordings can and
will normally deteriorate with time, even without playing
them. While LP's fare considerably better than tape, they
will still lose sound quality with each playing.
If your recording is in public domain or of a personal
nature, most any quantity of CDs can be made from
your original. An example of a personal recording
would be one of your children playing in the school band.
If your old recording
is copyrighted and the copyright is owned by someone other than
yourself, we must place a transfer limit of one CD per old recording and they
must be for your
personal use only.
The least expensive method is the transfer of an LP or
tape with each song being placed on the CD as a separate
track. This allows for the very easy locating and
playing of a given song and the finished CD will sound
identical to your supplied recording. This level is
probably a good choice if your old recording is in
Through the use of sound enhancement software, we remove
major pops and ticks that
may be present in your LP recording. We go over
the recording with a fine-toothed comb. The process can take several hours, and can usually be done with
little or no audible compromise of the music.
note: If heavy pops and ticks are present throughout all
or most of your recording, some low volume and/or low
tone pops may be randomly present in the completed
CD. However, the final result will still sound better than the original recording. Please also
be aware that it is impossible for us to remove any noise
in an original recording that overwhelms the music
without also removing some of the music in the
process. We will take absolute care in providing
you with the best quality reproduction possible.