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Convert Audio Cassette Tapes To Digital Service

Convert Audio Cassette Tapes To Digital Service

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Do you remember how cool it was when you received your first Sony Walkman to play audio cassette tapes? Or how about later when you received a giant boom box that played audio tapes that also featured an AM/FM radio? When this compact media from yesteryear was introduced in the U.S. in November 1963, it was considered groundbreaking due to its size, convenience, portability, ease of use, and affordability – especially compared to reel-to-reel tapes.

Today, cassettes may seem like a groovy artifact from yesteryear, but they rode a wave of popularity through the 1980s. When compact discs (CDs) were introduced, cassette tapes were relegated to bargain bins and mostly disappeared. If you still have cassette tapes and discarded the players decades ago, no worries. ScanCafe can transform your groovy memories into digital files you can listen to and enjoy for years to come.

What Sets Our Audio Cassette Tape Transfer Services Apart?

If you’re looking for an audio cassette converter service, you’ve come to the right place. ScanCafe offers award-winning, highly rated, and trusted services. We love transferring fragile music memories into digital formats you can listen to without the hassle of fast forward and rewind. And when we transfer audio tape to digital, we never outsource your precious musical memories to other labs. All services are performed at our state-of-the-art processing facility in Indianapolis and delivered back to you in 3 to 4 weeks.

ScanCafe’s Safety and Quality Promise

At ScanCafe, we go above and beyond to ensure the safety of your cassette tapes. From the moment your package arrives to when we send the originals back to you, we not only weigh the content, but also track it with video surveillance. We appreciate how important musical memories are to our customers, so we go the extra mile to protect them, door to door.

How Converting Audio Cassette Tapes to Digital Works

At ScanCafe, the process we use to transfer cassette tape to digital closely mirrors how we transfer film. With cassette tapes, we use a state-of-the-art deck to capture the sound of both sides of the tape from beginning to end to a .wav file, so we never miss a beat. Since we don’t perform any post processing on the files, we don’t offer track separation.

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All you need to do is ship your audio cassette tapes to us and we’ll take care of the rest for you.

ScanCafe Technicians
Your audio cassette tapes will be digitized at our Indianapolis lab, with a 3-4 week turnaround time.

Enjoy & Share
The end result is memories safely transferred from audio cassette tapes to a .WAV file and your choice of digital download for cloud storage or USB drive.

Delivery Options

In addition to appreciating the highest quality conversion services, ScanCafe customers love our flexible delivery options. We make it easy to download sound files to your computer or any device connected to the internet. You can choose from the following delivery options:

  • Digital download
  • USB option

Our standard delivery method is a digital download with a link that remains active for a full 6 months from the time of "Checkout". If you choose our standard method and wish to continue downloading content after 6 months, you must contact our customer service team prior to this date at [email protected] or call us at (866) 234-3909. Otherwise, our servers will automatically delete content after 6 months. Also, please keep in mind that the reactivated link is only valid for 7 days.

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We also convert Reel to Reel Tapes!

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