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"I received CD's and MP3 CD's yesterday for the 3 reel-to-reel tapes I sent in. These were pretty old tapes (one around 33 years old) that had not been on a player since the 1980's when my reel-to-reel recorder was stolen and never replaced. One of them, in particular, contained unreplaceable studio performance tracks from a record album I had made in 1975 at the (then new) Pinebrook recording studio Bill Gaither had built in Alexandria, Indiana. I used the tracks as I traveled around the country doing concerts in churches and other places. When my wife (I married my pianist) and I recently started providing music for a local care center, we discovered many people who appreciated the same type of music we do. The MP3 copies, in particular, sound much like I remember them when the tracks were laid down with mid 70's technology. We now will be able to share some of these in our new-found ministry. Thanks for offering this service and for taking such good care of my original (and as it turns out very delicate) tape."

Recording Fee

We always ask our customers to please not send in recordings that are damaged (such as warped records, records with severe tracking problems, etc.). Occasionally this is unavoidable and we receive recordings in bad shape.

  • If a record is warped or a recording (of any format) has other playback problems we need to spend considerably more time on the recording portion of the project. Consequently, we will charge one Recording Fee (extreme cases may require several Recording Fees) per recording in order to be able to achieve acceptable playback (please note that acceptable is not synonymous with perfect, as we may never achieve perfect playback). 

 

 

 

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Customer Testimonials
"I received CD's and MP3 CD's yesterday for the 3 reel-to-reel tapes I sent in. These were pretty old tapes (one around 33 years old) that had not been on a player since the 1980's when my reel-to-reel recorder was stolen and never replaced. One of them, in particular, contained unreplaceable studio performance tracks from a record album I had made in 1975 at the (then new) Pinebrook recording studio Bill Gaither had built in Alexandria, Indiana. I used the tracks as I traveled around the country doing concerts in churches and other places. When my wife (I married my pianist) and I recently started providing music for a local care center, we discovered many people who appreciated the same type of music we do. The MP3 copies, in particular, sound much like I remember them when the tracks were laid down with mid 70's technology. We now will be able to share some of these in our new-found ministry. Thanks for offering this service and for taking such good care of my original (and as it turns out very delicate) tape."