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Over time, analog media such as records and magnetic tape deteriorate and lose their fidelity. To avoid losing your music forever, analog formats must be transferred to a digital medium to prevent further depreciation. Utilizing top of the line equipment, we transfer your cherished audio to the digital medium of your choice for you to keep indefinitely without fear of further degradation.

We realize that much of the material we receive has sentimental value and is often irreplaceable, so we handle everything with the utmost care as if it were our own. In addition to our transferring services, we offer full digital remastering services as well, using state of the art technology to reduce noise and improve aural clarity. Here at JAMBOX Entertainment, our top NYC recording studio,Our experienced engineers will work with you to make the finished product as clear and comprehensive as possible.


Audio restoration is a generalized term for the process of removing imperfections (such
as hiss, crackle, noise, and buzz) from older sound recordings. Modern audio
restoration techniques are usually performed by digitizing an audio source from analog
media, such as lacquer and vinyl recordings, Once in the digital realm, recordings
can be restored and cleaned up using digital audio workstations (DAWs). Audio
restoration is often a time consuming process that requires skilled audio engineers
with specific experience in music and film recording techniques.

The majority of audio restoration done today is done for music sound recordings and soundtracks for motion picture and television programs. The demand for restored audio has been fueled by new media consumer technologies such as CD and DVD. Modern audio reproduction systems require that sound sources be in the best condition possible to enhance the listening experience. Media content owners have come to recognize the importance of having clean sound on their products to enhance the commercial value of their media assets.

The by-product of these restoration efforts is that many audio sources are brought into the digital world and preserved for future use. An unfortunate fact is that most of the sound recordings and motion picture soundtracks created over the past century have been lost due to improper storage and neglect.