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1/2 inch Eight track analog transfer now offered by Creative Audio Works.

August 29, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Creative Audio Works LLC launches ½ inch eight-track analog to digital transfer service. Plymouth, MA – Creative Audio Works LLC has added ½ inch eight track transfer to it growing list of formats supported. more »

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Free Audio Mastering

Creative Audio Works will provide audio mastering free for one song to artists or bands that wish to have their mix mastered Creative Audio Works LLC 15 Bay Colony Drive Plymouth, MA 02360 [email protected] Welcome to Creative Audio Works LLC, more »

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High Quality Recording and Reproducing of Music and Speech

High Quality Recording and Reproducing of Music and Speech By J P Mald and H C Harrison (Bell Telephone Laboratories 1926).      From: http://www.charm.rhul.ac.uk/history/p20_4_1_3.html   The Age of electrical recording   In this time of incredible technical achievements in every more »

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The Marconi-Stille magnetic recorder-reproducer.

  On Christmas Day 1932 the British Broadcasting Corporation first used a tape recorder for their broadcasts. The device used was a Marconi-Stille recorder, a huge tape machine which used steel razor tape 3 mm wide and 0.08 mm thick. In order more »

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The coming record revolution: digital discs. Popular Science (Nov, 1981)

    The coming record revolution: digital discs A laser “reads” the compact, no-wear disc to deliver superior hi-fi By LEONARD FELDMAN Tokyo, Japan A Sony technician slipped a small disc into the slot of a player no larger than more »

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