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"It was a pleasure getting to meet you and learn about the care and quality you instill in your work. Let me tell you, it shows in the results! The clean up and reproduction of my jazz album was difficult because of the wide variety of sounds, unusual percussion and age of the album. It is clear from talking with you and hearing the results that you have a technicians ear but, more importantly, a musicians ear. I appreciate your prompt turnaround time and look forward to working with you on future projects. Thanks again for your care and the quality of your work."

Select length (DAT tape transfers to CD)

Please click one of the lengths below:


DAT tapes longer than 80 minutes
A CD can hold maximum 80 minutes.
DAT tapes longer than 80 minutes will be charged as two (or several) transfers of appropriate length. 
Example: A tape 120 minutes in length will be put on 2 CDs (charged as two 60-minute transfers).

I don't know the length of my DAT tape

Most people do not know the length of their DAT tapes. This is not a problem. Make your selection based on a reasonable guess. When we get your DAT tape at our studio we will determine the exact length and charge the correct amount based on our current prices. Even if you picked the wrong length, the CD will be made for the correct length and will be priced correctly. We will transfer (and charge) for the amount of time that the DAT tape is RECORDED. We do not transfer (and charge) for what is left unrecorded on the DAT tape. If the tape is longer than you selected, we will transfer (and charge) for the entire recorded DAT tape.

Based on your reasonable estimate, please click one of the lengths above.

 

Customer Testimonials
"It was a pleasure getting to meet you and learn about the care and quality you instill in your work. Let me tell you, it shows in the results! The clean up and reproduction of my jazz album was difficult because of the wide variety of sounds, unusual percussion and age of the album. It is clear from talking with you and hearing the results that you have a technicians ear but, more importantly, a musicians ear. I appreciate your prompt turnaround time and look forward to working with you on future projects. Thanks again for your care and the quality of your work."