Yes, audio can be recorded on a spool of thin steel wire. The first wire recorder was invented in 1898. They saw limited use mostly in the 1920s and 1930s. The wire recorder was the first to use magnetic recording technology. The recording head would magnetize each point along the wire according to the intensity
A CD (compact disk) holds 750 megabytes of information. If all of these bits and bytes don’t mean much to you then this is a practical guide for you. These are the basics for how much of your various types of memories will fit on a single CD. 80 minutes of audio 400 slides scanned
Happy Saturday to everyone! Leave A Legacy here to talk about one of our many services that we provide! Today we would like to talk about our Audio Transfer Services. Record players, Cassette players, Reel-to-Reel machines, they are no longer the ‘cutting edge’ technology they once were. CD players and MP3 players are the current
In celebration of Shop Small Saturday tomorrow your friends here at Leave A Legacy are holding Shop Small Super Sale. Gather up all of your old media and bring it into Leave A Legacy where we can create the best gifts for your holiday giving….MEMORIES. You can buy everyone something new that they don’t really need….OR…this year you can give the priceless gift of memories. Many a client has come back in to say “The family (Dad, Mom, Grandma , or My Brother) really, really enjoyed the disk you made of our old family films (videos, slides, or photos)”. We’ve never offered a deal this great. We’ve never discounted so many services. This is the day you’ve been waiting for and it’s almost here!
I think we all agree that photos and water just don’t mix. The things that we hold most dear, besides our family and loved ones, are our important photos and documents. This is a guide to help you rescue wet photos, videos, film and audio.
When we make a transfer of your audio, whether to playable CD or to mp3 files, we will create one file for each side of your original audio media. If you want this file broken up further (typically each song separately) then we have this additional charge to cut it into several parts.
When you bring in multiple tapes, reels, etc. we can put several sources (transferred to mp3 files) on to one CD. This is a way to save you some money and reduce the number of disks you have. These files can be played on a computer or on various mp3 players.
All of your old records (LP, 45, 78, you name it), reel-to-reel, 8 track tapes and cassettes (even mini and micro cassettes) can be transferred to mp3 files. This method creates mp3 files that will play in a computer and on various mp3 players.