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                                                                                                             Lacquer Disk Cutting​

This is the process by which your audio gets cut into grooves on a lacquer disc. [Learn more...]

Analog Tape Layback

If a project is recorded entirely in the digital domain,"warming up" or adding tape saturation is a popular request

                                    at the mastering stage. That's where tape layback comes in. [Tell me more...]

                                                                                               Audio Restoration & Preservation

We can transfer and restore all audio from 78 and LP transcription disks, analog tape, and digital tape formats. [Details...]

Analog to Digital Transfers

                              We can transfer a variety of different formats. For tape transfers, we'll inspect each reel, repair edits (if necessary),

                                                   and perform a full tape alignment prior to the transfer of your material. [Find out more...]

Archival Audio Re-Recording

This is different from audio restoration. It's the faithful re-recording of audio onto a new medium for the

                                   purpose of preserving the audio for the future. [More info...]

Tape Baking

      Some analog tape gets "sticky" as it ages. The tape is dehydrated through a special process called "tape baking," which

often makes the tape temporarily playable – long enough to mix or transfer the content to a digital format. [Get the details...]

Mastering for Vinyl, Streaming, Digital & CD

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