- The copyright laws allow the person that has purchased a musical recording to make a copy of the music they purchased on a different medium. Example: you buy the CD, then record it on a cassette to listen in the car. That is legal. It would not be legal if you then give (or sell) the cassette tape to aunt Becky. That would be illegal.
- Also, the copyright laws allow a person to make a copy of the recording for safekeeping (or archiving). Frequently you see that on copyrighted software. Some companies even tell you to make a copy for safekeeping, in case your original copy gets damaged.
- What we do, is we make a copy from the original medium to CD, and return BOTH recordings to the client. If we also perform a sound restoration, we charge a few extra $ to cover our labor and equipment costs (kind’of like a restoration artist that restores a painting, or an old silent movie).
- As you probably noticed, we make it very clear throughout the site that we will work STRICTLY within these parameters.
"I received the discs today, and the transfer played flawlessly. I did not notice any glitches at the time when LD´s were changed, and I was totally absorbed by the film. Thank you very much."