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"Dr. Coban, Thank you so much for transferring my high school choir album to a CD. It has been many years since I was able to listen to this record, so now I can enjoy it again. What great memories! The quality is good, the customer service you provided was superb, and the communication was the best; we are very happy with the final product. It's always a gamble to find a business on the internet, knowing nothing about it from the start. The web site was clear and seemed to convey a real knowledge of the process, as well as make it easy to track the order and confirm the steps along the way. Many thanks from a member of the class of '71! "

Home Made Records Gallery

Home-Made-Records (custom made records, automat recording machine records, USO records) were very popular from the 1930s until late 1950s. Enjoy viewing a small sampling of record labels we have received and processed at our studio. Click on a picture to see the label in full size. When you're ready to order your transfer, here's the link: home-made-records transfers.

Silvertone Record Federal Perma Disc Your Man In Service (Pepsi) Record Budd's Music House
The RecorDisc Corp. Record
Recordio Disc Wilcox-Gay
Packard Bell Phonocord Audiodisc Recording Blank Record Voices Of Victory Record Voices Of Victory Record Howard Recording Disc
Customer Testimonials
"Dr. Coban, Thank you so much for transferring my high school choir album to a CD. It has been many years since I was able to listen to this record, so now I can enjoy it again. What great memories! The quality is good, the customer service you provided was superb, and the communication was the best; we are very happy with the final product. It's always a gamble to find a business on the internet, knowing nothing about it from the start. The web site was clear and seemed to convey a real knowledge of the process, as well as make it easy to track the order and confirm the steps along the way. Many thanks from a member of the class of '71! "