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Future Proofing your Corporate, Heritage and Consumer Archives.
For over 15 years, our expert team of archive technicians and engineers have been working with educational facilities, production houses, corporate business, museums, libraries and private clients providing audio-visual, photographic film and document digitisation and imaging services in line with IASA guidelines and The National Archives Standards for analogue media including rare, fragile and specialist collections.
National Archive Standard preservation quality digitisation archiving services of video and audio, reels, vinyls & shellac 78s.
From 1 tape to heritage collections
National Archive Standard preservation quality digitisation and transfer services of all photographic film types.
From 1 negative film to heritage collections
National Archive Standard preservation quality digitisation and transfer services of documents, books & artwork collections.
From 1 archive box to heritage collections
From 1 Wedding VHS tape to 1000's of corporate and archival media, we can cater for all your digitisation requirements.
Helping you to digitise all your media into National Archive Standard digital formats ready for online presence. Contact us: 01865 457000 firstname.lastname@example.org
Aluminium records are very difficult to convert, our engineers specialise in the complex and difficult media. In the field of audio recording, an aluminum disc (aluminium in the UK and elsewhere) is a phonograph (gramophone in the UK) record made of bare aluminum, a medium introduced in the late 1920s for making one-off recordings. Although sometimes used for making amateur studio or home recordings or in coin-operated "record-your-voice" booths at fairs and arcades, during the first half of the 1930s bare aluminum discs were primarily used to record radio broadcasts for the private transcription disc archives of performers or sponsors.
Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones on their wedding day. Date 6 May 1960 Venue Westminster Abbey Location London, England, United Kingdom The wedding of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones took place on Friday, 6 May 1960 at Westminster Abbey in London. Princess Margaret was the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, while Antony Armstrong-Jones was a noted society photographer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedding_of_Princess_Margaret_and_Antony_Armstrong-Jones