Audio Transfer – Vinyl – Cassette – Reel to Reel to Cd / mp3
* Track by track separation * Removal of Pop, Crackles & Hiss * Noise Reduction
* Export to Wave, Mp3 or Cd * Digitally remastered *
Converting your recordings to Compact Disc or Mp3 makes them safe to store and easy to copy. We can Transfer Cassette to Cd, Vinly to Cd – Mp3 and other audio formats. You can play them over and over again without losing any quality !
Superdub can dramatically clean your recordings by getting rid of noise, hiss & pops from Cassettes, Vinyl, Reel to Reel and Stereo 8 . We can also record to your iPod or portable MP3 player ! Bring your music back to life again. All work is done in our studio and run through a 3 step cleaning and filtering process. The final product is better than the original but still has that original feel !
The experience was the most surreal moment anyone could possibly feel. I’ve heard some describe Jimi Hendrix live at Woodstock 69 as a strong sense of deja vu. Now i can relive it all !
Those that have decided to convert their classic Cds, Vinyl, Reel to Reel, 8 track and other favourites can either do it themselves or send it to have a professional digital conversion done. Simply Google search for tape or vinyl to cd should see you on your way. If you are a lover of vinyl you may be one of those that will be hard to convince that anything sounds better.
Some say that the ambience of a record album exudes : the retro artwork, the jacket and maybe even the pops, crackles and hiss. Playing it through the hum of an old amplifier that bathed you in the warmth of its sound may be an unbeatable experience.
The first time that multiple formats with differing sounds were seriously available to consumers was in the late Seventies. 8 track and Cassette tapes now offered a format option to Vinyl. In fact 8 track was the better of the 2 tape formats however public demand eventually pushed toward the humble little Cassette. The problem with Cassette was that having small tape width, slow tape speeds and a tremendous amount of ‘tape hiss’ and coupled with technically unreliable players it would always be a compromised format. Various formulations for Noise Reduction were developed but you needed a deck to take advantage of these newer age advances and still you would need to know how they worked to get the best results.
Vinyl and Cassette ruled the 70’s & 80’s but things started to change with the introduction of the Compact Disc. The issues of tape hiss and vinyl crackle and pop would be something of the past. By 1988 Compact Discs would begin to outsell Vinyl. This would now introduce a new approach to the recording business : Digital Mastering. Whilst maximizing the sound potential files could now be exported to mp3, Wav, Aiff, Flac and Cd amongst others. Mp3 and AAC’s originate from Cd quality audio. This is why Cd’s are chosen as the most often favoured format.