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Vinyl to mp3 Services

Discussions about vinyl records: rarities, obscurities and collectibles, promos, mixes, etc. DJ-related discussions are welcome as well as techniques for recording & restoring vinyl records to CD/MP3.

Vinyl to mp3 Services

Postby repoman » Thu Jan 10, 2008 4:04 pm

Would anyone of you that has a top of the line system be willing to clean and rip to mp3 for a fee? Just curious if it would be worth it to purchase the equipment myself or pay someone to rip it. I probably would have less than 50 songs and live in So Cal.

Or perhaps would 'rent' out the equipment, meaning I would do the work at your house....
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Postby Demetri » Fri Jan 11, 2008 2:50 pm

I have a guy up here in San Francisco. But, I've lost touch with him temporarily. He's done a WHOLE bunch of tracks for me that sound GREAT! I think he charged me about $3 per song. I want him to do more for me, so I'll find him soon and pass along his information. You could send him your vinyl, he'll clean it up, rip to MP3 and send back to you along with your vinyl...
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Postby Ollie Stench » Sun Jan 13, 2008 4:04 am

I've done it for a few people on the bored here. I live in Minneapolis so the records would need to be shipped.
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