Convert your legacy audio formats to high quality digital files!
Whether cassette or record, each of these two formats has become dear to our hearts. We have used audio cassette tapes to capture important moments or copy our favorite hits for listening in the car. Vinyl records are synonymous with the classics of Pink Floyd, The Beatles or Abba. In times gone by, we put the records on the record player and enjoyed the hits in the best available sound quality.
However, both formats have different problems. The quality of records is still very good, since they don’t readily deteriorate, but who of us owns a turntable today?
In contrast, the quality of an audio cassette is relatively short-lived. Not only is there a fear of shredded tape, but there is a risk of permanently losing the recordings due to the loss of quality over time. The only way to preserve these memories for the future, is to transfer the audio cassettes to CD.
Audio Formats We Convert
|Audio Cassette||Vinyl Gramophone Record||Reel to Reel Tape|
What We Offer
The following services are included when transferring audio to CD:
- Reduction of any dullness in the sound
- Digitisation with speed uniformity using a Denon cassette deck
- Prevention of noise through the use of studio quality connectors
- Title cut to enable the repeat function
- Sound restoration
- Transfer to a blank high-quality CD
We digitally convert audio cassettes, audio tape spools, gramophone recordings and store them on CDs as MP3 files. Read more about our audio to DVD service.
Pricing for Audio Conversion
Our Audio to DVD Conversion Process
Simply place your order by filling out our online form (click the orange Order button below). Then print and send the order confirmation email together with your media to the address provided. There is no prepayment required, nor do we take credit card details. Just sit back and let us get on with the job. We will keep you informed of the progress of your order with updates along the way at key milestone events. Learn more about our workflow and order processing details.
Audio to DVD FAQs
All tapes and spools are played in their original formats (i.e. record player, cassette deck, reel to reel player, etc.) and they are recorded onto a computer where any digital filtering or correction is done. From there the files are saved as uncompressed .wav files (for CD) or converted into mp3, WMA, AAC, or any other format requested by the customer. Resulting files are burned to an audio or data CD as needed.
We transfer 80 minutes of the audio into a CD, if the file exceeds 80 minutes we will split the file into two half's and transfer it to two CD's.
We retain a backup of your audio for a duration of 45 days. This is to ensure that you have a backup if there is some problem with the DVD/ Download link. You can request for an additional copy of the audio within these 45 days. Charges applicable.