Audio Transfers

Your Cassettes Are Disappearing

The Compact Disc (CD) media has been with us for more than 30 years now and has continuously improved. One of those improvements was the CD-R (recordable CD). With lower prices for "burners", cassette tape slowly began the process of disappearing as a useful storage media. Unlike record albums, cassette tape has survived for a longer period of time, but its decline is now almost complete.

The Time To Convert Is Fading!

Audiotape, which uses a magnetic field to magnetize small metal particles embedded in a plastic tape, will slowly demagnetize over time. As this process occurs the fidelity and dynamic range will fade leaving you with a less than spectacular recording. Another problem with audiotape is that the process of playing the tape will only hasten its demise. Fortunately, today we have the ability to produce a good copy of a cassette tape using the latest in recording techniques and then transfer it to CD.

Just as a typical audio CD plays so will your created CD's/DVD's.