If you were a musician in the 80s and 90s you may have used a 4-track recorder. These were specialized cassette recorders that recorded on both sides of the cassette at the same time.
Although these machines used standard cassette tapes, the recordings cannot be played on a normal cassette deck. These require a specialized cassette player to capture the 4 different audio tracks accurately.
When we capture your 4 track, we capture each track as it's own file. You can then load them into the audio editing software of your choice and mix your music digitally!
4-Track to Digital Prices
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Anyone can buy a tape deck and a computer and offer this service. We are MUCH more than that. When you send your tapes to us, you are sending them to a company that has worked in the professional audio business for nearly two decades. We own and operate a full-service digital recording studio. We use professional analog to digital interfaces. We know audio.
If you want your cassettes transferred to digital, we believe we are the only reasonable choice.
We converted over 110,000 cassettes for the State of New Mexico - the largest project of its kind in United States history. No one else can say that.
1,000 tapes is not a big project for us. We can convert large numbers of cassettes quickly, inexpensively with high-quality results. No one else has the experience we have.
Because we frequently work with government agencies, courts, and other organizations with highly sensitive records, our entire digitizing network is completely isolated from the internet. Nothing comes in and nothing goes out on our digitizing network. It is impossible to hack into our digitizing network because it is not connected to the outside world and there is no wireless access.
We have worked with government agencies, publishing companies, Universities, and individuals across the United States, Canada and Europe.
In truth this IS a recording studio. We have recorded everything from rock bands to jingles to voice work for major corporations. The only difference is, we have significantly increased our resources in this area. A normal recording studio might have 2 cassette decks, while we have over 100.
We have designed a process that enables us to move items through inexpensively without sacrificing quality.