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AMR was established in 2010 with the initial aim of being able to digitise and restore all possible sizes and formats of analogue tape, for individuals and record companies and libraries. The business has now expanded to offer transfers of most popular digital formats and the recent addition of a pristine Mitsubishi 32 track digital tape machine underscores our commitment to digital recording.   All of our staff understand that our transfer may well be the final time that many of the original tapes are played back, so the company has invested heavily towards the goal of getting the best transfer quality possible. AMR has scoured the globe to find extremely rare equipment to ensure that almost all types of digital and analogue tapes can be transferred and are processed seamlessly. Our enigineers have the expertise to service and callibrate the analogue and digital machines and do so regularly, ensuring all tranfers are processed optimally.   In 2011 AMR embarked on a re-design of the studio facility to enable multiple engineers to work at different transfer stations concurrently, so that large scale archive jobs could be done quickly and efficiently, enabling us to offer pricing discounts to high volume customers.   In 2012 AMR added a servicing and repairs workshop in the building for all tape machines, studio and audio equipment. Through restoring many of our own machines, we have found a network of reliable suppliers and restorers for many serviceable parts including rollers and motors. Through Fran's electronics manufacturing company, Northlogic, we not only have access to hundreds of thousands of replacement components, but the ability to test, measure and even re-manufacture equivalent parts to replace obsolete components.
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AMR was established in 2010 with the initial aim of being able to digitise and restore all possible sizes and formats of analogue tape, for individuals and record companies and libraries. The business has now expanded to offer transfers of most popular digital formats and the recent addition of a pristine Mitsubishi 32 track digital tape machine underscores our commitment to digital recording.   All of our staff understand that our transfer may well be the final time that many of the original tapes are played back, so the company has invested heavily towards the goal of getting the best transfer quality possible. AMR has scoured the globe to find extremely rare equipment to ensure that almost all types of digital and analogue tapes can be transferred and are processed seamlessly. Our enigineers have the expertise to service and callibrate the analogue and digital machines and do so regularly, ensuring all tranfers are processed optimally.   In 2011 AMR embarked on a re-design of the studio facility to enable multiple engineers to work at different transfer stations concurrently, so that large scale archive jobs could be done quickly and efficiently, enabling us to offer pricing discounts to high volume customers.   In 2012 AMR added a servicing and repairs workshop in the building for all tape machines, studio and audio equipment. Through restoring many of our own machines, we have found a network of reliable suppliers and restorers for many serviceable parts including rollers and motors. Through Fran's electronics manufacturing company, Northlogic, we not only have access to hundreds of thousands of replacement components, but the ability to test, measure and even re-manufacture equivalent parts to replace obsolete components.
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