Any flat disc record, made between about 1898 and the late 1950s and playing at a speed around 78 revolutions per minute is called a "78" by collectors. Generally 78s are made of a brittle material which uses a shellac resin (thus their other name is shellac records).
Our archival services for corporate clients offer many solutions and digial outputs to support converting large bulk orders into digital files suitable for online or storage facilities. Clients include Hackney Council, Oxfordshire County Council, The Open University, University of Oxford and many other institutions and corporate clients. Our services are in line with the National Archives specifications.
VINYL TO CD OR DIGITAL FILES
Vinyl LP Records
Long Play or 33rpm Standard
Vinyl 12" Singles
7" 45rpm Singles
78rpm Voice Records
Alluminium or Shellac
LP Cover Artwork - Scan/Print to Jewelcase
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY AUDIO TRANSFER, EDITING AND AUTHORING SERVICES. High quality vinyl record conversion keeps your old favourites sounding their best. Each record is cleaned, restored using hiss, click and pop removal and audio enhanced.
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78 RPM VINYL RECORD TRANSFERS IN OXFORD
Most famously, there was one on the 86th-floor observation deck of the Empire State Building. You would step inside, pop coins (35 cents in ’47) into the slot, and deliver your own 65-second song, poem or message of undying love; the machine would then feed it out on a 6-inch disc that could be mailed to friends or relatives, who could listen to it on their home record players.
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