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Vertical Cut and Unusual Records Transfers to CD


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Price: $57.64
(AS LOW AS $42.08 See below)
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We accept under this category and pricing:

  • Vertical cut records
  • Unusual record formats

Verticals and Unusual Record Formats - What you get for your $:

  • Each record is cleaned in a professional record cleaning machine prior to playback.
  • The needle is deep cleaned and conditioned before each play.
  • The record is wiped again before playing each side.
  • Playback and recording on professional equipment (each of our interconnect cables costs more than the average discounter's studio...).
  • Playback and recording is continuously monitored by sound engineers.
  • Tracking problems are corrected. Severe tracking problems or defects will incur Recording Fee(s).
  • Sound Restoration is applied if selected (each individual record is restored separaly).
  • An MP3 CD of this project (if selected).
  • If records are cut into bands, each band gets one CD track. If not, each side gets 1 track. Our CDs are cut into tracks by human beings who know where a new track should begin.  We do not use automatic cutting into tracks.
  • CD is printed (we do not use glued-on labels).
  • CD is quality checked.
  • CD is delivered in "classic jewel-case" (with optional Color CD Cover and Track List).
  • Over 22 years experience - 19,000 successful projects.
  • On-line tracking system.
  • Automatic email notifications on receipt of your recordings and order check-out.
  • Optional RUSH Services: 1 week or 72 hours turnaround time
  • A CD holds maximum 80 minutes.  If records you submit will fit on one CD, we will make one CD.  Otherwise, we will make a set of two CDs.  In that case, for Extra CD Copies you will need two Extra CD Copies per set.
  • We ask our customers to use common sense in what to expect for final quality. If a record is in horrible condition, the CD will NOT sound perfect.  It will sound better than the original record, but better than "horrible" is "very bad"!  It is better to have modest expectation that will be exceeded, than to have unrealistic expectations and be disappointed.  Restoring this type of records that may be very old, worn and have deteriorated is a gamble: the end result may be great, horrible, or somewhere in the middle.  We, as professionals, will tilt the odds in favor of "quality".  However, we do not participate in the gamble.