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Using the very latest in quality digital studio technology, we can output your audio material to professionally mastered CDs thus preserving those precious memories forever.

Where for example the material requires to be further enhanced, we can also edit it accordingly thus ensuring the perfect finish.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our processes and personal service. Oh.. and we also provide a discount on greater quantities! enquire now! or call us on +44 (0) 1273 236630.
Audio Restoration:

Should, you require your audio material to be edited, i.e sound that needs enhancing, removed, re-ordered or enhanced, we can assist you.

Whatever your requirements are, just call us with an outline of your needs and we'll try to address them in the most cost effective way possible.
Audio to Digital Prices (All prices include VAT):

Service Explained:
To begin with, we assess your material and your needs. On receipt of your material, we call you to confirm safe receipt. To begin with then, we'll listen to your recording and call you back with our opinion on what needs to be done.

Once we've received your instructions, we'll capture your file and making adjustments along the way, we'll capture your material to a computer and then using sound editing software, make the necessary changes.
Finally, we'll output it directly to a CD or another data file format as agreed at order stage.

Finally, we invariably customise your CD (if applicable) with your own text and imagery to create that perfect finishing touch. At the end, it is all checked for purpose and quality before being approved for despatch. As for payment, this is only on completion.

Reel to Reel Transfers:
Reel to Reel Transfer (3 3/4 and 7 1/2 Inches Per Second) £49.99 for First Hour
Reel to Reel Transfer (3 3/4 and 7 1/2 Inches Per Second) £29.99 Each Half an Hour Thereafter

Compact Cassettes, Mini Disc & DAT
Quantity 1 Off Per Tape
£24.99
Quantity 1-5 Per Tape
£19.99
Quantity 6 Onwards Per Tape
£14.99
Additional Copy
£5.99
3 for 2 Copies Offer: 
3 for £12
 

Note: Reel to Reel Durations: Tape Durations can be quite difficult to predict if you can't remember much about the content! Each step-change of recording speed will actually double or halve the duration. A four track tape can for example be twice as long as a two-track tape.

Some tapes are recorded on one side only, some on both sides. A standard 7" spool of stereo 2-track material recorded at 15 IPS might contain as little as 15 minutes of audio, but the very same tape recorded across four mono tracks at 1 7/8 IPS might contain over 8 hours of audio! This makes it jolly difficult to guess in advance quite how much is on the tape.

(Prices include VAT. P&P free for all orders over £95. No Upfront Payment at all required. We can often provide a discount on greater quantities. Minimum Order Value: £20 inc vat. Call us on 01273 236630. 
 
Reel to Reel Explained:
For home use, more basic reel-to-reel recorders were available, and a number of track formats and tape speeds were introduced to allow interoperability and prerecorded music. The first prerecorded R To R Tapes were introduced by RCA Victor Record Co. in 1954. Reel to reel was still very popular through to the end of the 1970s, despite the compact cassette, mostly because of the superior quality of open reel recordings. Many Audiophiles are willing to accept the relative ‘difficulty’ of open reel tape to gain better quality reproduction. As a generalisation, the faster the speed the better the sound quality.

In addition to faithfully recording higher frequencies and increasing the magnetic signal strength and therefore the signal-to-noise ratio (S/N), higher tape speeds spread the signal longitudinally over more tape area, reducing the effects of defects in or damage to the medium.
Slower speeds conserve tape and are useful in applications where sound quality is not critical – such as speech in domestic recordings. 

11 7/8 in/s or 4.76 cm/s — This is usually the slowest domestic speed, best for long duration speech recordings. It was used since it was very economical too!
3¾ in/s or 9.52 cm/s — a common domestic speed and used on most single-speed domestic machines, reasonable quality for speech.
7½ in/s or 19.05 cm/s — This was the highest domestic speed and also the slowest professional speed as a guide.
15 in/s or 38.1 cm/s — This was mainly used for professional music recording and radio programming.
30 in/s or 76.2 cm/s — This was used where the best possible treble response is demanded.
Speed units of inches per second or in/s are also abbreviated IPS. 3¾ in/s and 7½ in/s are the speeds that were used for the vast majority of the general consumer market releases of commercial recordings on reel-to-reel tape
 
Postage and Packing - With Free Track and Trace Facility - It's Safer:
In our survey our customers, posting rated as one of the most important areas of concern. We understand this and offer a full Track & Trace facility for every parcel that leaves our studios. Upon despatch should you request it, we'll email you with details of your delivery so you know exactly when you can expect it, along with your tracking reference number.
Recorded Delivery Free for Order over £95 - Otherwise £5.99
Special Delivery - On request
£9.99
Safety First Postage Option:  
£3.49
Worried about having your precious films and dvd lost in the post? - For an extra £3.49, we'll post the dvd(s) first and then send your original cine film separately once you've safely received it.
All prices include VAT. No Upfront Payment at all required - We'll contact you on completion.   
Our studio uses quality processes which are designed to play your material at the right speed and capture all tracks at optimum quality.

The method of transfer is of vital importance both in respect of the optical and audible quality but also with regard to the need to employ error free technology. (There's nothing more irritating that dvds that can't be read on your machine..)

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