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Dec. 30 TORRANCE office will be closed from 2:00 – 4:00

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Using Your Old Audio Cassettes and LPs in a Playlist

When it’s time for a party, music is essential to a good time. Creating a customized playlists can help you mold the music to fit the theme of the party, and making sure that all songs work together to keep the party moving. It would be pretty awesome to throw an 80’s party for one...
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How Are Vinyl Records Made?

Gotta Groove Records – “Groove With Us” from Nick Cavalier on Vimeo. Despite the waning popularity of traditional analog media such as 8-track and audio cassettes, vinyl records are still being steadily produced and collected, even today. Digital downloads from services like iTunes have essentially taken the place of the CD nowadays, leaving little reason...
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Most Common Types of Audio Files and Containers

In the world of digital audio, there are many different types of audio files that can be created, all with different attributes. Understanding the differences between common audio formats can not only help you with future audio projects, but also better prepare you to archive and preserve your own audio, if you choose to do...
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How to Change the Speed of MP3 and Other Audio Files

Although not needed very often, knowing how to change the speed of your audio files can be important, especially if you are converting old reel to reel to CD or vinyl records to CD, and don’t have the native speed available to you when you initially transfer it. A good example would be trying to...
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Make Your Own Replacement Reel to Reel Power Cord or Cable

Recently, our Orange County store misplaced a Reel to Reel Power Cord for their Teac Reel to Reel audio deck. In the past, we had fashioned our own cables, as a quick search for a replacement reel to reel power cord or cable reveals that any site listing the model number for this particular unit...
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How to Reduce and Remove Pop and Clicks from LP Vinyl Records

Vinyl records, while not the most durable forms of media in the world, are still collected and played today because of their unique sound when in good condition. Over the years, records can deteriorate quite a bit, and if played on a turntable in this condition, could produce loud pops and clicks over your speakers....
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The Top 5 Audio Editing Applications

Whether you’re a music producer, studying in college, or making the next cinematic masterpiece, you’re going to need a good audio editor to get you there. In this post, we’re going to take a quick look at the top five best audio editing applications and digital audio workstations (DAW) based on nominations from LifeHacker.com Audacity...
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