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We can play any open reel analog multitrack tape you may have, of any width from ¼” to 2”. If we don't have a suitable machine to play your tape then we will get hold of one that will.SEE MORE
If your tapes suffer from the dreaded "sticky shed syndrome", don't worry! We are also geared up for tape baking: a process which renders your tapes playable for long enough to get them safely transferred.
The design of the MM-1100/MM-1200 head assembly involves over 90 degrees of total tape wrap over fixed guides. This is a source of flutter, which is only partially alleviated by the small flutter roller between the record and repro heads.
Until recently, the only solution was to disassemble and drill the head block to accept modified guides taken from a donor tape machine.
With our purpose-made rolling tape guides, replacement of the fixed guides is literally a 10 minute operation.
All I can say is WOW!! I am so pleased with the result. I got goosebumps as I listened to the raw tracks. Thanks to your efforts, we were able to recapture the warmth and energy missing from the original mix; what I knew to exist on the original masters. I am so excited to think I can in some ways rewrite history and I am looking forward to reissuing this recording for young and old to enjoy.
Hello David! Everything sounds excellent!!! That tape is probably about 28 years old -- I am amazed!
Hi David, Wow! The digitization is better than I could have ever hoped for. That tape has been through the wringer a few times. Thanks for the quality product and great customer service!
Hi David, Went through all the tracks. Great job! Just remembering how nice analog can sound. Appreciate your excellent work.
Hi David, Congratulations on a very masterful and brilliant tape transfer. I never thought that I would get this done properly. This is actually my second try with this, the 1st being here at home in Houston. I had a guy tell me just two months ago that this would be impossible [synchronizing two tape machines], but I knew that it was possible. I want to thank you again.
Thanks ever so much for your quick and professional work. It was a real thrill to listen to the tracks that I haven't heard since 1975. I want to thank you for your expertise in this project. Everything sounds clean, no tape hiss or distortion, so I am very happy with the results.
The tape seems to have survived times well, and transfers are very good, thanks!