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Audio Conversion
Tape Cassette
Records Vinyl

Audio to Digital – We can convert your audio, micro-cassette, mini-cassette, and digital audio recorder files. WAV and .MP3 CDs. Digitize audiotape, cassette, reel to reel, DAT, and micro-cassette tapes to CD. Convert vinyl records, including 78 and 45, and wire recordings to CD. One CD holds 80 minutes of audio in standard CDA format. C90 and C120 may require 2 CDs. Other tapes may require multiple CDs. Track separation is available for an additional fee on media with distinct gaps between songs, such as music LPs, etc.

Audio to Editable Files ( .WAV, MP3, etc. ) – Digitized files are placed on a customer-supplied external drive, USB flash drive, etc. Very short files can be placed on a CD or DVD.

Included in the price of the audio transfer is one output type of your choice; either a playable CD (CD player) or a digital computer file of your choice. .MP3 & .WAV are the most common digital audio file types requested, but we can also output to other digital audio formats like AIFF & FLAC. By default, all audio cassette tapes & 1/4" reel-to-reel tapes will have each side exported as one track. Track separation is possible for music recordings with clear audio gaps between the songs and spoken-word recordings. We can also merge sides A & B of a recording into one continuous track.

You can enjoy those old cassette tapes again and again with a simple conversion to a digital file. All audio conversions are done in-house!

  • Audio Cassette Tape Transfer

  • Micro Cassette Tape Transfer

  • Vinyl LP's

  • 1/4" Reel to Reel Tape 7" Diameter

  • CD Backup

  • Audio Editing

  • Audio file conversion

  • Audio Tape duplication


Audio transfer conversion goes through several processes to ensure the customer gets the best quality. The first step in the process is capturing the entire tape on both sides in real-time to check and see if the tape is double-sided and to check the speed at which the audio was originally recorded.  


Once captured in digital form, the audio is then brought into a professional editing program where an editing technician reviews both sides of all tracks on the entire tape, deleting prolonged silent sections and checking the tape's content to make sure it is something the customer would like transferred.


The technician will then adjust audio levels, including normalization and noise reduction. Reel-to-reel audio can also have mixed channels, which are left and right channels playing simultaneously. These are also separated and split into separate files. Each audiotape or reel is given personal attention to produce the best audio reproduction.

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