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Audio Tapes to Digital

Audio Cassettes Converted to Files or CD

Audio Tape to MP3 file
Audio Tape to CD & MP3
Audio Tape to CD

Preserve those audio memories!

Audio Tapes to CD

Don't let the effects of time wipe out the memories you thought were saved on audio cassettes and audio tape. Your family history, high school band or recorded statements are safe with us. We have converted thousands of tapes for insurance companies, law firms and individuals. All conversions are done here in our office, not shipped to another company.

Audio on tape, especially from years ago, can often use some improvement. We "clean" your audio. Using software, we remove and reduce the hiss and hum (which is common to most consumer audio tapes) to improve the quality of your final audio. There's no charge for audio cleaning.

 




Looking for other audio conversions? We also convert: Record Albums to Digital Reel to Reel Audio to Digital
 
  Vinyl Records Reel-to-reel Audio



FAQs

My cassette doesn't sound as good as I remember. Can you improve the quality?
I want audio files. Do I want MP3 or WAV?
My tape says it's 90 minutes. Will that fit on one CD?
How do I get the audio files?
Do you offer any other file types besides MP3 and WAV?
Can you get just the audio from a DVD or video tape?
Can you convert from microcassettes?
How about getting audio from a digital audio recorder?
Can you convert a music cassette that I purchased?





MP3 or WAV files
Quick Tips about Audio Files
  • Audio files can hold hours of content in one file.
  • For recorded music, an individual file can be created for each song. This is dependent on gaps of silence between songs.
  • For live music, individual song files may not be as accurate due to crowd noise.
  • WAV files are higher quality and are recommended if you plan to edit your audio.


Audio CD
Quick Tips about Audio CDs
  • Audio CDs can only hold about 80 minutes.
  • For recorded music, CD tracks can be added if desired.
  • For voice recordings, we recommend a single track.
  • Audio CD files cannot be copied off and used. However, you can use software to rip the CD and create audio files.
  • CDs can be custom printed with your text and include a space-saving CD case.