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"I sent you an extremely noisy recording of an LP on high bias audiocassette. Realizing you hadn't the LP to work with directly I wish to say that I am quite pleased with the restoration. The noise is dramatically reduced on your C.D. transfer and is now very listenable. I'll be sending other LP's to you."

Raw Transfers - Transfer Type and Length

Raw Transfers are (unedited) audio data files of your recordings, all tracks (channels), digitized at 24 bits / 96 kHz (or 16/44 if you prefer) using the best available playback equipment and A/D converters.

The Raw Transfers option is used by studios and audio "do-it-yourselfers". If you are reading this and are not familiar with the terminology, it will be wiser not to select this option.

 

  • 24/96: digitizing at 24 bits and 96 kHz
  • 16/44: digitizing at 16 bits and 44 kHz
  • Length (of time): 
    • Many people do not know the length (of time) of their tapes. This is not a problem. Make your selection based on a reasonable guess. 
    • We digitize the entire tape (beginning to end) and charge for the actual length (of time) of the tape, using our current prices (published on this site).
    • Even if you picked the wrong length, digitizing will be for complete tape length and will be priced correctly.

 

 

 

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Customer Testimonials
"I sent you an extremely noisy recording of an LP on high bias audiocassette. Realizing you hadn't the LP to work with directly I wish to say that I am quite pleased with the restoration. The noise is dramatically reduced on your C.D. transfer and is now very listenable. I'll be sending other LP's to you."