Let Audio Restored Digitise your Vinyl, Shellac, Acetate, Cassette, Reel to Reel, Cartridge and Digital sources

Over the years, many people have built up extensive record and tape collections, which they can no-longer play due to equipment becoming obsolete as formats change. At Audio Restored, we specialise in converting your precious analogue records and tapes to digital allowing you to enjoy your collections again.

Let us unlock the potential of your vinyl and tape collections. Digitisation will enable you to rediscover long-lost music that you thought you’d never hear again, or re-live those priceless family memories, now with the convenience and quality of a CD!

Our studios are based in the heart of Essex, and our clients range from private individuals to businesses large and small – locally, nationally and internationally.

For more information on our full range of professional audio transfer and digitisation services, including LP to CD, Cassette tape to CD and Reel-to-reel tape to CD,

Call Graham Joiner today on 01277 225316, or e-mail info@audiorestored.com

No project is too big or small – from a single recorded track on vinyl or tape to……the sky’s the limit! – we look forward to discussing your analogue to digital requirements.

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Re-Capping a Fostex G24s Reel-to-reel tape deck

The heart of any audio restoration business is invariably the ‘vintage’ audio equipment used to transcribe the analogue signal from the various record and tape sources. By its very nature, the kit tends to be fairly old and no-longer serviceable or supported by the manufacturer. As time goes by, there is often an increased need for […]

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Churchill’s after-luncheon speech, RAF Biggin Hill, 1951

Back in 2011, I was commissioned to transfer and restore a set of shellac 78s to CD, the subject of which were two after-luncheon speeches given by Wing Commander Arthur Donaldson and the guest of honour, Winston Churchill in the Officers’ Mess, at RAF Biggin Hill on 18th June 1951. It was in fact Wg Cdr […]


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