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Cassette Raw Transfers to CD

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Price: $45.95
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Cassette Raw Transfers digitizing service - What you get for your $:

  • We transfer the cassette as raw audio data file in WAV, AIFF, FLAC or Broadcast Wave Format.
  • Sound file can be imported in your editing program for mixing and sound processing.
  • Cassettes are played back at the standard playback speed (1 7/8 ips).
  • Playback and recording on professional equipment (each of our interconnect cables costs more than the average discounter's studio...).
  • Analog to digital conversion is performed with the best available, cleanest sounding A/D converters.
  • The transfer is RAW: no noise reduction, no trimming, no separating by songs.
  • CD/DVD is printed (we do not use glued-on labels).
  • CD/DVD is quality checked.
  • Over 22 years experience - 19,000 successful projects.
  • On-line tracking system.
  • Automatic email notifications on receipt of your recordings and order check-out.
  • Optional RUSH Services: 1 week or 72 hours turnaround time
NOTE:  
  • For transfers up to 700 Mb, a data CD will be prepared. For transfers over 700 Mb, data DVD(s) are prepared.
  • The magnetic tape medium is prone to loss of high frequencies (HF). The HF loss is magnified by aging and by storage in less than optimum conditions (optimum storage conditions for magnetic tape: 68 degrees F at 40% humidity). Many tapes submitted are old and have not been stored optimally. Such tapes will exhibit an increased loss of HF, and an apparent increase in "boominess". Our RAW transfers are an exact digitization, they will sound exactly as the tape plays today. The proper balance between high and low frequencies (equalization) can be restored by an experienced engineer (or by you) in your studio.
Customer Testimonials
"Thank you for the great work in transferring my parents favorite album to CD. The sound quality is excellent and they will be so surprised this year on their anniversary!"