Audio digitization audio restoration

The digitization process is a very important act to preserve audio recordings by phenomena such as technical obsolescence of playback equipment and the deterioration of magnetic tapes. The digital format increases the storage time of the data and eliminates the risk of physical damage of the original content, allowing a greater usability and ease of distribution.
Depending on the rate of current conservation it is estimated that by 2045 about 40% of existing archived material will disappear. 

Digitization thus assumes a very important necessary to keep historical and cultural archives of great value intact.

In addition to the digitization we offer audio restoration. During the restoration process we remove disorders that impair the intelligibility of the original file, such as hicks, clicks and crackles, audio displacement and its eventual distance.