don't have the time to do it yourself, I can carefully restore your
albums. This isn't a business - just a hobby - but I'm serious about
it and will help out if you need it. I'll let you know what my current
turnaround estimate is if you e-mail me or make an order (or at least
my best guess). The process is time consuming, which means it eats time.
your vinyl albums and
the music content by removing most - if not all - of the surface noise
(pops and clicks, hiss, etc.), depending upon the condition of your
(burn) a CD of your music
the album's cover art and print as a CD cover
a tracklist and spine label
CD will sound outstandingly better than the source vinyl!
send me your album and I'll return:
recording of your album on a CDR that will play in your home stereo,
car stereo, or jambox
picture of your album cover as a CD cover
listing on the back of the CD case
to you is $40 each for LPs, which includes return priority shipping,
and is payable up front. If you have a large number of items, double
albums, 78s or 45 singles, email your needs and I'll come up with a
want to see the difference audio cleaning can do but aren't sure of
the value, send two LPs for restoration
(as described above) for $40, which still includes postage - what a
copyright restrictions, let's both follow these guidelines:
one copy per album.
of albums that are available as CDs, unless significant extra material
is included on the vinyl issue. If a recording becomes available on
CD after having received your order but before returning your restored
CD, I reserve the right to buy and send instead the commercially available
physics and other natural laws, I can't help but follow these rules:
long scratches, or other types of imperfections during which the underlying
music is affected adversely will be indistinguishable from music (as
far as the software is concerned). Even after meticulous restoration
you still hear residual noise from a very poor source.
worn albums, I'll try to catch any skips and convince the vinyl to
give up an unskipped version of each song. A scratch on vinyl that
is severe enough to cause a skip will usually leave a residual muffled
'whump'. I'll re-do any CD on which you find a skip I missed on vinyl
if you return it within thirty days.