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Converting old audio tapes and records to CDs and mp3s

Preserve your old audio - Reel to reel audio, cassettes, records

We’ve really come a long way in how easy it is to take along our favorite music as drive, exercise, hang out, etc. Go back in time to the 1960s, and you could take three hours of music with you if you were willing to lug that 40 lb. reel to reel tape player. Fast forward to present day and anyone can have three hours or more of their favorite music on a tiny IPod.

That’s all well and good for commercially available music. What about those family tapes you made of your grandparents back in the 1970s? Maybe you had a relative who was a military hero that was interviewed and recorded on a record? Do you have a way to convert any of this to preserve it?

convert tapes to CD and mp3

A good choice for you to make when faced with these type of decisions would be to contact CSRA Multimedia to discuss your options. We’ve converted pretty much anything you can think of. We’ve gotten calls to convert old 78 RPM records, audio cassettes, micro cassettes such as those pictured above.

Heck, we even had a client that had a broken 8 track tape of her kids. Well, more on that later.
convert records and tapes to CD and mp3

We’ve included links on the right sidebar to help you find the answers to your audio conversion and preservation questions. We be able to help you preserve all of your media:

Records - 33, 45, 78 RPM
8 track tapes
1/4” reel to reel
Audio cassettes

We can even clean up the audio to remove a lot of the hiss and rumble noise associated with old audio. You’d be amazed at what can be done! Contact CSRA Multimedia about converting and preserving your old audio.

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