Cassette sales have nearly quadrupled in the United States since 2011 and selling over 100,000 tapes this year alone, which makes us ask, are cassette tapes coming back?
Originally known as the compact cassette, cassette tapes are a recording format that was introduced in the early 60’s. Due to the new idea of having the ability to record conversations, cassette tapes came at a pricey cost for the user-friendly feature. So, what’s their history?
Unlike the cumbersome and high-priced recorders of that time, the cassette tape offered people the chance to record without having to be an expert. Since the cassette was so small, no larger than a credit card, it was easy to store and carry.
Music is part of so many of our memories, and can bring back feelings of nostalgia. Sometimes, the music that we have on audio cassettes can be difficult if not possible to find on CD or other format. So, how do you get started?
We at Keepsake Solutions understand the importance of choosing the best service to trust your memories with. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of 5 things to consider before you select the digital transfer service for you and your precious moments.
Cassettes rapidly replaced reel-to-reel recorders for daily use but the slower recording speeds and more narrow tracks on cassettes compromised quality which is why CDs can be a higher quality, longer lasting format.
Guide to Audio Transfer for Home Memories When considering whether to transfer audio from one medium to another, whether it is cassette to CD, tape to CD, or other…