Did you know Thomas Edison actually invented the first phonograph in 1877? Also known as a gramophone record, LP record or most commonly known as a vinyl record. This analog format has a long history and even though they are still manufactured on a small scale, they left the mainstream around 1991. If you have any sort of record you want to convert to CD, the most popular ones our audio technicians capture on a day-to-day basis are the 78s, 45s and 33s. When we convert vinyl records to CD, you also receive a digital file done by an experienced audio technician and captured directly to the computer before undergoing our extensive quality control process then burned to CD. Most vinyl records will fit onto one CD and you can also share the downloadable mp3 files.
Your oldest vinyl LP records are your 78s. They were developed first and followed by the 33s and the 45s. These numbers refer to their rotational speed, or RPM, not their size. Many people have large record collections because vinyl was popular in the music market through the 1980s and vinyl record players are still available for purchase. Similar to the way people collect CDs and DVDs, vinyl records still have a niche among serious collectors but you will also find that the majority of them have already been transferred to digital and are available for purchase on any major music retailer site or store.
splitting up the contents into individual title 10, – a sound carrier Digital post-processing, reducing noise such as clicks and hisses, against 5, –
cassette tape 4.95
reels of tape 0.30 / per minute
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LPs washes / wet cleaning with record cleaning machine prior to digitization.