Remember these days?
The Digital Advantage
As an example, in the dance world’s early days of music editing, it was often necessary for choreographers to edit their own music. Most of the time this involved
dubbing one cassette tape to another, pausing the recording tape as necessary to complete the edits. The most significant drawbacks of this method were the inaccuracies of the edit points and the fact that you could only do a straight cut. In addition, cassette tapes would begin to wear out with repeated attempts at getting the edit “just right”, and sound quality suffered. Editing music digitally has changed everything.
The precision possible with edits is extraordinary—accurate to about 1/44000 of a second. In addition to straight cuts, crossfades (one piece of music fades out while another fades in) and mixes are possible to insure the most creative, best sounding final product.
In addition to editing, here are some of the other services we offer:
- Noise Reduction. Do you have old cassette tapes with lots of noise you’d like to have cleaned up? Easy!
- Format Conversion. We can convert cassette tapes to CD, prepare audio for the web, etc.
- Effects. Dozens of effects can be applied to audio such as chorus, reverb, delay/echo, time stretch, pitch shift, equalization, normalization, and many more.
- Taking the vocals out of songs. That’s something we cannot do, and neither can anyone else, reliably. No one offering audio editing services will claim to be able to do this and have the final product sound good. The reason why boils down to very simple mathematics. We’re putting this here because it’s one of the most common questions we’re asked.
We fully understand that many potential clients of our audio editing services don’t have large budgets to work with. We are committed to making our services affordable to anyone who needs them.