hi all like some others on this forum i have tons of old school cassettes that id love to pass along if anyone is interested in them they can be yours..
I have some original 1st gen cassettes I want transferred to digital files. Can someone do this for me?
Message or email me.
Hello, if anyone out there has old cassette tapes that they want to pass on I am more than happy to take them. I have a group of near a dozen heads in my area from the ages of 19-27. We would all really appreciate the opportunity to enjoy the tapes of old.
We can work the details out if you are interested. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings fellow Deadheads!
Hey now, so I got a lab in NYC we specialize in taking old analog film, video, audio and producing high quality digital files from said media. Now normally I charge 25 bucks per audio tape to convert them over to digital. But as a younger fellow who found his way into the dead scene by benefiting from all the material recorded by the previous generations I'd be remiss if I couldn't lend my hand to the community of heads who want to update their catalogs. With that in mind anyone interested can message me and we will work something out. And if anyone in the greater tri-state area is interested you can drop by the lab. It's located at 115 East 31st street in Manhattan ( between park and Lexington). Just ask for Mike. Oh name of the lab is Imaging Coliseum.
Hey Now Family! I am so surprised that there's no discussion here about tape cover art. (At least, I didn't find any with Search.) During my tape trading days I made tape cover art for almost all of my 600 tapes. This activity was --and still is -- a big part of my life journey; my identity. I would NEVER throw away my tapes!
I wrote an article about it a couple years back for Relix. Here it is: https://relix.com/articles/detail/tape/
And here are some examples:
I am scolding myself for commercializing this post, but just so you know. I sell these on puzzles, shirts, mugs and posters. Please head over to Shmogger's Den to check them out! (You can also find me sometimes on Shakedown Street.)
Or email me: email@example.com
Love you more than words can tell,