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"I received my 3 CDs that you made from my cassettes. The sound quality was much better than I had expected. My songs had a lot of strings in them and a clear / high note sound was very important to me. Your CD copies kept the strings nice and clear with sharp tones just as I had wanted. Thanks, good job!! I also noticed where some LP pops and snaps disappeared on the restored CD copies. I didn't hear any loss in sound quality. It was also nice to see the scanned pictures from the original LP covers on the CD cover also. I have a question for you. I have purchased in stores some reissued albums on CDs and sometimes have found that some did not sound clear / sharp for some reason. Your CDs sounded very sharp / clear. Why? Is it because of the restoration process? Are the inferior CD copies that I mentioned not sounding good because they aren't restored and just copied?"

How It Works

Our process is very easy:

  1. First, become familiar with our services by reading the Beginner's Guide and Pricing Information.
  2. Select the format of your recording, either on the Pricing page or the Formats page.
  3. Select the appropriate options and add the item to your shopping cart.
  4. Follow the steps on the checkout page and complete your order.
  5. Ship your recording(s) to us using your preferred shipping method. [view our shipping tips]
  6. We get the transfer done and return everything back to you (including your original recordings).



It's that simple!

Customer Testimonials
"I received my 3 CDs that you made from my cassettes. The sound quality was much better than I had expected. My songs had a lot of strings in them and a clear / high note sound was very important to me. Your CD copies kept the strings nice and clear with sharp tones just as I had wanted. Thanks, good job!! I also noticed where some LP pops and snaps disappeared on the restored CD copies. I didn't hear any loss in sound quality. It was also nice to see the scanned pictures from the original LP covers on the CD cover also. I have a question for you. I have purchased in stores some reissued albums on CDs and sometimes have found that some did not sound clear / sharp for some reason. Your CDs sounded very sharp / clear. Why? Is it because of the restoration process? Are the inferior CD copies that I mentioned not sounding good because they aren't restored and just copied?"