- 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.
"Dear CVC: I just want to compliment you on the outstanding job you did on the restoration and transfer of my recordings. I early December, I sent you two Christmas Albums that have long been out of print. These were family favorites that we all treasured and after years of use, both were in very sad condition. I discovered your service and ..."