Digital audio conversion Services

We can convert virtually any type of older audio standards into crisp clear digital format for either download, onto a USB stick or even onto a standard CD

A few examples of what we can do with your old audio recordings:

C60/C90/C120 Cassette Tape conversion to Digital MP3
Vinyl LP/Single Record conversion to CD
Audio DAT Tape to MP3 USB Stick
Reel to Reel Audio conversion to MP3
8-Track Catridge
Standard CD to MP3 USB Stick for your car
Sony MiniDisc (MD) to MP3
MC Microcassette – Dictaphone


Standard Audio Cassette

to CD or MP3

Priced per tape

Both sides included


Audio Cassette Conversion:


Audio CD

Standard Audio CD to MP3

Great for adding you music collection to a USB stick for use in your car.

Priced per CD


Audio CD Conversion:

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Vinyl Record 33/45 or 78

 Standard Vinyl
Record to MP3

Great for adding you music collection to a USB stick for use in your car.

Priced per record
(both sides included)


Vinyl Conversion:

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Dat Tape

Any Dat Tape to MP3

Digital Audio Tape (DAT ) is a signal recording and playback medium developed by Sony and introduced in 1987.  In appearance it is similar to a Compact Cassette, using 3.81 mm / 0.15″ (commonly referred to as 4 mm) magnetic tape enclosed in a protective shell, but is roughly half the size at 73 mm × 54 mm × 10.5 mm. The recording is digital rather than analog.

Priced per Tape


DAT Tape:


Sony MiniDisc

MiniDisc was announced by Sony in September 1992 and released in November of that year for sale in Japan and in December in Europe, Canada, the USA and other countries.[2] The music format was originally based on ATRAC audio data compression, but the option of linear PCM digital recording was later introduced to attain audio quality comparable to that of a compact disc. MiniDiscs were very popular in Japan and found moderate success in Europe.[3]Sony has ceased development of MD devices, with the last of the players sold by March 2013.[4]

We can convert your MiniDisc to either Audio CD or MP3 File


MiniDisc Conversion:

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Standard Reel to Reel Audio

Standard Reel to
Reel audio tape to MP3
Reel-to-reel audio tape recording, also called open-reel recording, is magnetic tape audio recording in which the recording tape is spooled between reels. To prepare for use, the supply reel (or feed reel) containing the tape is placed on a spindle or hub. The end of the tape is manually pulled from the reel, threaded through mechanical guides and over a tape head assembly, and attached by friction to the hub of the second, initially empty take-up reel.
Reel-to-reel systems use tape that is 1⁄4, 1⁄2, 1, or 2 inches (6.35, 12.70, 25.40, or 50.80 mm) wide, which normally moves at 3+3⁄4, 7+1⁄2, 15 or 30 inches per second (9.525, 19.05, 38.10 or 76.20 cm/s). Domestic consumer machines almost always used 1⁄4 inch (6.35 mm) or narrower tape and many offered slower speeds such as 1+7⁄8 inches per second (4.762 cm/s). All standard tape speeds are derived as a binary sub-multiple of 30 inches per second.

Priced per audio reel no matter what size.


Reel to Reel:

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8 Track Catridge

The 8-track tape (formally Stereo 8; commonly called eight-track cartridge, eight-track tape, and eight-track) is a magnetic-tape sound recording technology that was popular from the mid-1960s to the early 1980s,

The format was commonly used in cars and was most popular in the United States

Priced per catridge


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MC – MicroCassette – Dictaphone

Microcassettes have mostly been used for recording voice. In particular, they are commonly used in dictation machines and answering machines. Audio Only.


Priced per tape no matter what length


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What’s the advantages of Digital Audio over tapes?

Digital audio can be copied & shared endlessly without any quality loss
CD’s and USB sticks are more durable than tapes
Digital audio quality will not degrade over the years
No rewinding or fast forwarding
They take up less space
Digital audio is the new standard, tape players are fading out literally!

Some of the equipment used in our studio for audio conversions:

 Denon X1800 mixer – Denon Media Players

Numark audio mixer

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Professional Digital Scanning
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Audio cassettes were once the primary method of listening to music, audio books, and other audio recordings before digital audio formats like MP3 and streaming services came along. However, many people still have old audio cassettes lying around with sentimental value or important recordings that they want to preserve. Converting these audio cassettes to a digital format can provide numerous benefits, including the ability to preserve and access these recordings easily.

Now let’s explore the benefits of converting audio cassettes to a digital format:

  1. Preservation of audio quality: Audio cassettes deteriorate over time due to wear and tear, exposure to heat, and magnetic interference. Converting audio cassettes to a digital format preserves the original audio quality and prevents further degradation.

  2. Easy access: Digital audio files can be easily accessed on computers, smartphones, and other digital devices, making it more convenient to listen to your favourite recordings.

  3. Space-saving: Storing audio cassettes takes up a lot of space, and they can be difficult to organize. Digital audio files take up much less space and can be easily organized on a computer or external hard drive.

  4. Sharing: Digital audio files can be easily shared with friends and family, making it easier to share your favourite recordings.

  5. Customization: Once audio cassettes are converted to a digital format, you can easily edit the audio files, cut out unwanted parts, and customize them to your liking.

  6. Preserving history: Many people have audio cassettes with recordings of family members, historical events, or personal memories. Converting these audio cassettes to a digital format preserves these important recordings for future generations.