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"I was nervous about the 40 year old lps I was sending to have transferred since the record companies won't reissue them anywhere. None of the lp's were my originals as I'd mostly worn them out anyway, so from thrift shops and online sellers I got hopefully less worn copies. I'm midway through the 5th CD and it sounds fine-even going the cheapest route. Now if I can just pare down my long list of other records to send in for transfer!"

Select length (micro-cassette transfers to CD)

Please click one of the lengths below for your microcassette transfer to CD:


Microcassete tapes longer than 92 minutes
For microcassettes that play for longer than 92 minutes we will make two CDs (one for each side) at the price for two 31-60 minutes transfers. (Add to shopping cart 2 transfers of 31-60 minutes each per microcassette tape longer than 92 minutes.)

   
I don't know the length of my tape

Most people do not know the length of their microcassettes. This is not a problem. Make your selection based on a reasonable guess. When we get your 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 to CD (and charge) for the amount of time that the microcassette is RECORDED. We do not transfer to CD (and charge) for what is left unrecorded on the microcassette (blank tape, tape hiss). If the microcassette is longer than you selected, we will transfer to CD (and charge) for the entire recorded tape.

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

Customer Testimonials
"I was nervous about the 40 year old lps I was sending to have transferred since the record companies won't reissue them anywhere. None of the lp's were my originals as I'd mostly worn them out anyway, so from thrift shops and online sellers I got hopefully less worn copies. I'm midway through the 5th CD and it sounds fine-even going the cheapest route. Now if I can just pare down my long list of other records to send in for transfer!"