Every job is focused on archive and library needs: audio presentations in the academic environment and faith organizations.
We process audiotape only: audio cassettes, reel-to-reel, and digital audio tape (DAT).
We adhere to standard concepts of digitizing original audio for archive use. We supply these digital elements:
- WAV file (CD Quality) unprocessed, as your preservation copy
- WAV file (CD Quality) processed for best listening
- MP3 file of the processed program
Upgrades and additional options:
- Files can be provided on a portable hard drive for an additional $50. This is provided at no cost for orders of 10 or more programs at one time.
- Upgrade to archive quality WAV files is $10 per program.
- Programs can be also provided on standard audio CDs at $10 per program.
In addition, we return all your original materials returned to you.
Sample Rescued Audio
In a special program with theological schools and archives, we have digitized and preserved more than 1,000 programs that can be heard on the site: SoundTheology.org. You are invited to visit that site and listen to the MP3s. Each of these programs was also saved as a WAV file for the originating institution, and sometimes also delivered as an audio CD. You can also hear some examples on our Sample Audio page.
Owner-Operator: Mike Hickcox
- Digitizing Experience: has digitized more than 1,200 audio programs – radio programs, lectures, interviews, sermons, and other presentations.
- Audio Online Projects: SoundTheology.org, Church of the Saviour, Church of the Covenant
- Radio Experience: anchor and/or news director: WTIC, Hartford CT | WBIS, Bristol CT | WHEB, Portsmouth NH | WZNN, Rochester NH
- Education: B.A., Northeastern Univ. | M.Div., Iliff School of Theology | M.A. University of Denver
- Teaching: Communication, University of New Hampshire
- Clergy Status: United Church of Christ (1990-present) | United Methodist (1976-1990)