If you recordings are longer than 80 minutes then it will require another disk and therefore another transfer charge.
You may choose to have us enhance the audio if it is too quiet, too loud or if it has background noise. This type of transfer will make separate files for each side of the original media. If you want each song separated into a different “track” or file then there is an additional small charge. Extra copies are quite affordable and great for sharing your priceless memories with other family members.
Reel-to-reel are very hard if not impossible to estimate the length of time on a given reel. There are numerous variables like thickness of tape, size of reel, how many tracks were recorded on (between 1 and 4) and whether or not it was recorded in stereo.
Cassettes, micro-cassettes, and mini-cassettes usually have a number on them (like 60, 90 or 120). This will tell you the number of minutes that you could have recorded on the tape.
Audio Transfer to Digital Media (CD)
Your audio recordings are just as important as your visual ones. The sounds of your past can be so evocative—don’t lose a second of that soundtrack of life, whether it’s on LP, cassette, micro-cassette, reel to reel, or even 8-track.
45 and 33 records—these formats are things of the past, waning in the age of digital media. But you don’t have to reinvest money in hundreds of albums that you already have on vinyl. Bring us your collection and we’ll put onto CD the record collection you’ve loved for decades.
We also offer editing options for your audio recordings. We can splice together or separate, fade in and out, ‘transfer with tracks’ .. just let us know what you’d like!
Plus, we can design custom CD covers and labels that make a most presentable package.