Mass Productions offers advanced media digitization and reformatting services to Universities, Schools, Libraries, Museums, and Corporations. We are not available for consumer home video and audio projects. We preserve audio reels, cassettes, videotapes, records, 16mm and 35mm film by transferring them to archival digital files. The finished digital files can be returned to you via Hard Drive, USB flash drives, FTP, Dropbox, or other cloud-based services.
Mass Productions is compliant with IASA, FADGI, and NARA standards for archiving audio, video and film media. Mass Productions is an active member of ARSC, New England Archivists, and Associated Audio Archivists. We offer evaluations of your media archives.
We understand the challenges of transferring legacy audio, video, and film formats. Our engineers have decades of experience working with magnetic media, records, and film. We use the best broadcast quality equipment, maintained by a master electronics technician.
Mass Productions will consult with you on your archive project, and will carefully inspect, clean, and repair your source media before transfer. We have developed unique recovery methods to restore media that other studios decline, we love a challenge!
View the newsletter article about the audio archive digitizing project we completed for the Longy School Of Music.
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