Digitizing / Restoration / Distribution

Digitizing and Restoration Services are Not Currently Being Offered
Due to my very busy recording schedule this service is dicontunued until further notice.
If you are a passed client with these needs I may be able to accomodate you if time permits, or can help refer you.



CD – I work with both area and national CD duplicators to be sure you can buy CDs for your project that will fit any budget and desired number of copies. There are NO minimum orders for professionally printed CDs. I will facilitate the duplication and will mail either a CD master or upload a DDP image to the manufacturers. CDs will then be sent directly to you upon completion. This service is offered at no additional cost, you pay only the duplication cost directly to the manufacturer.

Music Label – For recordings distributed by a record label, I will work with them to be sure the material is delivered to them in their desired format. Please provide the contact information for your rep as well as project name. This service is offered at no additional cost.

Digital/Online Distribution – Any file type (Mp3, FLAC, ACC, etc.) and specification can be created and delivered to you via download. I use professional encoding tools to ensure your compressed files are of the highest quality and do not clip or distort your material. I will also work with you to deliver your music to online distributors such as iTunes and CD-Baby. See Intro to Mastering for more information. This service is offered at no additional cost.

For projects to be mastered by a dedicated mastering house, please provide their information prior to beginning the project to be sure the materials delivered to them meets their desired specs.

You are responsible for securing the mechanical licenses for materials to be duplicated that are not public domain or your personal composition and ensuring that you comply with copyrights. Even if you are not selling the CDs or are a school or non-profit, you will still need to obtain mechanical licenses when making multiple copies.
For digital transfers - Fair use allows you to make a digital copy of your analog albums
provided that they are not currently sold in the format, you own them, and they are for your
own personal use and are not to be sold or distributed.
If you have questions on copyright issues please contact me, I have access to copyright attorneys
and would be happy to assist you.