Convert Records to CD, Convert Cassettes to CD

We specialize in all types of Audio Conversions including records to cd, cassettes to cd, microcassettes to cd and reel to reel audio to cd conversions.


We convert all types of Old Audio Formats

All Transfers Come with custom enhacement for maximum quality
Noise Removal / Pop's & Clicks Removal / Voice Enhancement / ID track's

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Convert Records to CD
Covert Cassettes to CD
Convert MicroCassettes to CD
Convert Reel to Reel to CD

Number of media
est. time
$23.95 ea
Up to 1hr
1-4 days
$19.95 ea
Up to 1hr
5-9 days
$17.95 ea
Up to 1hr
10+ days
45 rpm Records
$4.95 ea *
Cassettes less than 10 minutes
$12.95 ea
Additional 1/2 Hour
$4.95 ea
Rush Orders
Add 25%

*Minimum charge $12.95

Add Premium Custom Enhancement + $4.95 (All 78PRM)
Add Custom Label + $9.95 Setup Fee / $0.95 Additional Label
*Price based on individual medias not project lenght



A 1/8" inch, analog audio tape format that has been widely used for music distribution and home recording. Although the same size housing is used, the tape thickness and length determine the recording time. Cassettes holding from 15 minutes to 60 minutes per side have been manufactured.

Micro Cassettes

A smaller version of the analog audio cassette. Introduced in 1969 by Olympus, microcassettes were widely used for recording dictation and messages in a pocket-sized device. Because the recording speed is slower and the tape is thinner than an audio cassette, a tiny microcassette can hold 30 minutes per side.

33 rpm LP

Long play (LP) record albums
are 33⅓ rpm vinyl Gramophone records (phonograph records), generally either 10 or 12 inches in diameter. They were first introduced in 1948, and served as a primary release format for recorded music until the compact disc began to significantly displace them by 1988.


45 rpm LP

The 45rpm record's years of greatest success began with the onset of rock and roll. The new 7 inch format was favoured by the young and in the UK sales of 45s overtook 78s early in 1958 as rock and roll established a boom in record sales.During the next few years the UK was to become a major source of popular recorded music with the advent of the British 'beat' groups which were exemplified in the 'Beatles'. This was the 'golden era' for the 45.

78 rpm LP

A device utilizing a vibrating pen to graphically represent sound on discs of paper, without the idea of playing it back in any manner, was built by Edouard-Leon Scott of France in 1857. While the mechanism, known as a phonautograph, was intended solely to depict the visual characteristics of sound, it was recently realized that this depiction could be digitally analyzed and reconstructed as an audible recording. Just such an early phonoautogram, made in 1860 and now the earliest known audio recording, has been reproduced using computer technology.


3"/7" Reel to Reel

The reel-to-reel format was used in the very earliest tape recorders, including the pioneering German Magnetophons of the 1930s. Originally, this format had no name, since all forms of magnetic tape recorders used it. The name arose only with the need to distinguish it from the several kinds of tape cartridges or cassettes which were introduced in the early 1960s. Thus, the term "reel-to-reel" is an example of a retronym.