We've restored hundreds of hours of audio for commercial release, such as our work for The Smithsonian Institution, and we've been commissioned to restore and deliver extensive research and archival projects like the University of Chicago's Strauss Lecture Series.
We integrate our years of restoration experience with high performance analog hardware and digital software to bring out the best in your program material.
Your restored project can be delivered to you in a wide range of formats and media.
S E R V I C E S
All audio restoration projects completed by September Audio conform to appropriate national standards and accepted professional practices in both methodology and deliverables. September Audio actively references and adapts its internal procedures to evolving methodology and standards developed by The Library of Congress, The National Digital Library Program (NDLP), the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). We participate in the exchange of opinion and experience within the restoration and preservation community to further inform our current practice.
The most critical software tools of all: