LP records can be restored and transferred to CD. Keep the music, leave the clicks, pops and scratches behind.

Ever since the CD came out, many people have completely switched from other formats and are no longer able to play their favorite music. Have an LP that's not available anymore made into a CD, without the scratches, and have it Normalized!

Keep your collection of 78s in pristine condition by putting them on CD and hear them like they were meant to be heard, played back with the right equalization.

Or, put your homemade recordings made in local studios on CD. These acetate records decompose over time, and the process is irreversible, but they can be cleaned and saved while there's still time.

Old 78 records can be restored and transferred to CD. All equalization curves, vertical and lateral grooves, speeds from 60 to 90rpm, aluminum and cardboard records too. Aluminum backed acetate record with waxy gray residue, must be cleaned. This residue is the product of the acetate decomposing. The decomposition can't be reversed or stopped. The residue can only be removed.

Put your collection of 45 singles on a CD that you can play anywhere.

Make a compilation of your favorite singles that you can take with you.

Take your garage band recordings and make a demo CD, with no tape hiss!

Tapes deteriorate over time, making them unplayable; do a CD transfer while you still can!

Cassettes can be restored, the tape hiss removed, and put on CD. Tapes with Dolby B and C, and dbx can be played.

Dolby B and dbx encoded tapes can be played.

Obsolete 8-track tapes can be restored also.
Many of these are unplayable due to the deterioration of the tape itself over time. Restore your favorite 8-tracks before it's too late!

Save that brilliant speech you made for posterity.
Even better, give your boss a copy!

Your meetings, seminars and interviews can be put on CD with the tape hiss removed.

What to do with mildewed or moldy records