Music shapes our lives. Relive your audio memories by digitizing your vintage audio!
Rewind. Play. Fast Forward. Flip the Tape. This is the way we used to listen to music. Analog seems so slow now. Do you have a favorite audio mix tape that your crush gave you in the seventh grade? We can help. We will record your tapes in real time and let you bring that music forward into the digital now.
We still love the crackles and snaps that old vinyl is known for, even in today's world of perfection in audio sound. We take the time to record your LPs at their intended speed, and we do not alter their original sound. Chances are, you don't have a record player in your car, but now you can enjoy those classic sounds you have come to love, anywhere.
Did your high school band record it's hit song professionally on DAT tapes? DAT tapes were the first professional grade tapes that could be used to record at home, or in a small studio setting.
Popular between 1992 and early 2010, these are encased discs created by Sony to eliminate the worry of scratching or breaking your CD. Portable players were used to listen to them.
Used from 1960-1980, 8 tracks are large cassette tapes, on a loop. No need to flip! These tapes could also record voice using a microphone.
What about Micro Cassettes, the ones that were in the hand-held recorders you brought to your lectures, all that time ago? Do you have an interview with a long lost relative on one? Please note, we cannot convert Mini Cassettes.
A note on copyright protection. Many tapes that were commercially bought (as well as some recorded from radio or dubbed from other cassettes) have copyright protection. When these tapes are captured, they cause audio, pitch and volume distortion.
Le Transfert Digital is not responsible for its clients use of the digital files and any copyright infringement that may occur with this use.