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"I did a lot of searching for someone that I could send a very important reel to reel tape to. Someone that would treat the old tape right and do a complete job of transfer to a CD. Someone that had quality equipment that would be the best at producing the tape transfer to CD. And someone that would not charge a ton of money to do the work. It came down to one choice, LP2CD.COM. I sent in the old 8 track reel to reel tape and had it back in just a few weeks along with the 8 tracks on CD. I was able to remix the songs and produce great music from this old tape. Thanks for the great job."

Add 45rpm to the LP transfer

Many of our customers have a matched 45rpm record that they would like to add to an LP transfer. Easy to accomplish. In fact, you may add up to 3 45rpm records at the end of the CD transfer.

  • Add 1 45rpm if you would like to add one 45rpm
  • Add 2 45rpm if you would like to add two 45's 
  • Add 3 45rpm if you would like to add three 45's
  • Please just make sure they are indeed 45rpm records. There are small (7-inch) 33rpm records, with 4 or 6 songs. They run longer and will cost more to ann to your LP.
   
Or, you don't have a matched 45rpm, but you have a matched 12 inch single (or 45rpm EP) that you would like to add the LP transfer. In that case:
  • Select Add 1 12" single or 45rpm Extended Play

 

 

 

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Customer Testimonials
"I did a lot of searching for someone that I could send a very important reel to reel tape to. Someone that would treat the old tape right and do a complete job of transfer to a CD. Someone that had quality equipment that would be the best at producing the tape transfer to CD. And someone that would not charge a ton of money to do the work. It came down to one choice, LP2CD.COM. I sent in the old 8 track reel to reel tape and had it back in just a few weeks along with the 8 tracks on CD. I was able to remix the songs and produce great music from this old tape. Thanks for the great job."