Audio Transfer

Clean Your Vinyl LP Records With Wood Glue, Safely!

Posted by cpapciak on August 25, 2012

Cautions: This method is for vinyl LPs only – NOT for 78 rpm shellacs. Polyvinyl Acetate glues will adhere and tear apart 78s. The jury is still out on 7” … Continue reading

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Of all the audio formats, the MP3 audio format is easily the most common audio format available today, arguably now more popular than CDs are and many people even convert … Continue reading

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The Oldest Vinyl Record in the World

Posted by cpapciak on July 17, 2012

Sometime in 1889, Emile Berliner recorded the first album in the history of the world. Then, that record by the father of the gramophone was destroyed. Today, Patrick Feaster, a … Continue reading

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Building a Home Recording Studio Under Budget

Posted by cpapciak on June 18, 2012

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Developments in audio mixing and editing software make it easier than ever for a talented, technically capable musician to add professional polish to amateur audio. No degree in sound engineering? … Continue reading

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I can remember a time when the audio cassette was king. More portable than vinyl and less prone to damage, it could even be taken in your car or played … Continue reading

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The Reel to Reel Audio Tape Machine

Posted by cpapciak on June 7, 2012

Youtube user, TheDaydreamSound, explains the reel to reel audio recorder, and how it’s used. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet … Continue reading

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Storing, managing, and cataloging a large library of audio can be a daunting task. Need to move? Did one of your decks just eat a tape? Does a church member … Continue reading

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