NOTE. Quantity relates to the number of tracks. NOT the number of records.
Our in-house audio engineer has been ripping vinyl for over 20 years now and has become something of an expert at it. Using only high-end professional audio equipment ensures your digital files will be of the highest possible quality.
This is basically the straight recording from your record into my computer and nothing else. If you choose this option then you will receive 1 x 24bit wav for each track.
If you choose "Rip & Master" then you will receive 1 x 24bit wav (for the raw file) and a 16bit wav (for the mastered version). Please be aware this is only a quick master designed to eliminate the low-end rumble that you get from the vinyl and to get them a bit louder. This involves some subtle EQ and soft-limiting. Not to be confused with the professional digital mastering service we offer.
Some pops and crackles can be removed on request (depending on how bad they are) and we can even beat-grid the tracks for you.
WHAT IS BEAT-GRIDDING?
So your a DJ and you play digital music? The music is really tight and never drifts out of time right? (even without the sync button on). Well your vinyl rips are not going to be like that. They will have a bit of analogue drift... meaning they will not stay in time like a digital track does. We can fix that by beat-gridding the track so it stays tight to the metronome. To find out more about these additions drop us a quick email here
The shipping price is for the shipping of your vinyl back to you after we have digitised it. To get your vinyl to us you can either send it yourself by royal mail or another courier (we recommend having it tracked as well). Or we can arrange collection from your address or from one of your local UPS access points. Once you have completed your order one of our team will contact you to arrange collection.
If you have a quantity of records to digitise greater than 50, then we can do you a better price. Please email us here for a quote, stating how many records you wish to have ripped and be sure to leave your phone number as one of our friendly customer support team may call you back.