12-inch 45 rpm album (1970s – ) | Vinyl Record Transfers
Since the 1970s, a number of albums have been released on 45 rpm 12-inch records. Strictly speaking these are not true Long Play records as they don’t share all of the characteristics of the Long Play format as introduced by Columbia in 1948 and because of the shorter playing time, the album is split across 2 or more discs. The 45 rpm speed was already standard on turntables, being used for 7-inch singles and EPs.
Our AudioVisual department uses professional equipment from Pro-Ject Audio Systems, which are widely recognised as one of the finest turntable manufacturers in the world. Using the very best in Pro-Ject Audio Systems using electronic speed control for 33/45 rpm manual speed change to play at 78 rpm. Perfect for professional audio transfers for corporate and consumer clients.
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Our engineers process to National Archives specification standards. All vinyl are professionally cleaned, converted and gently restored using superior turntables and captured in HQ digital formats to suit your requirements. Output can be FLAC, WAV, BWF, AIFF, MP3 or CD
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|Vinyl LP Records||LP or 33prm Standard||25.00||20.00||18.00||16.00||14.00||12.00|
|Vinyl EPs||4-6 Tracks||20.00||16.00||14.00||12.00||10.00||8.00|
|Vinyl Singles||1-2 Tracks||16.00||14.00||12.00||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|LP Cover Artwork - Scan/Print to Jewelcase||Scanning & Printing||8.00||6.00||4.00|
|Additional CD Copies||Duplication||5.00||5.00||5.00|