Convert Microcassette to Digital and CD


EachMoment are expert digitisers of microcassettes and all other audio tapes, including full-size audio cassettes, DAT tape, mini-cassettes, and reel-to-reel.

Our Memory Box system is the safest way to digitise microcassettes in the UK.

  • Free collection and re-delivery by the UK’s most secure courier.
  • Free cleaning and restoration by our team of specialists.
  • Free crush-proof Memory Box.

How to convert microcassette to digital

1. Fill up a Memory Box

Convert Microcassette to Digital and CD

• The crush-proof Memory Box arrives on your doorstep the day after you make an order.

• You fill it with your old microcassettes and much, much more. If you’re curious, you can check out everything else that we digitise.
• When you feel ready, we collect it via the UK’s safest courier for free.

2. We digitise

Convert Microcassette to Digital and CD

• Our lab’s specialist restoration team safely clean & repair every microcassette that needs attention for free.

• We safely digitise your memories to the best possible quality mp3. Choose to enjoy them on memory stick, CD, or online album.

• The same high-security courier returns your Memory Box with your safely preserved digital memories, as well as your old microcassettes.


3. Enjoy your digital memories

Convert Microcassette to Digital and CD

• Now you can easily share and relive precious memories on any digital device, such as smartphone, tablet, computer, or TV.

• Laugh and cry when you get to hear old times and old voices brought to life again.
• Feel secure knowing that your memories are safe forever. They will sound as good in a hundred years as they do on the day they’re digitised, ready to be passed down the generations.

Why should I digitise my microcassettes?

The sooner you transfer your microcasssettes to digital and CD the better. Transferring your Microcassettes to digital and CD protects your cherished music and audio recordings that are encased in your fading Microcassettes.

As well as making loads of storage space, you can put your trust in a format that will never degrade and won’t put your cherished memories at risk.

Converting Microcassettes to digital and CD also allows you to relive your old music or recordings on your computer, laptop or your mobile, so you can take your memories with you wherever you go.

The best way to convert microcassettes 

Converting microcassettes domestically is tricky because it requires specialist equipment and know-how.

Not only does EachMoment use the highest resolution conversion equipment, far surpassing the low-quality conversions you get with often expensive consumer-grade equipment, we will also clean your microcassettes. This ensures they are restored for improved playback in your Microcassette player – that is if you still own one!

If you have any microcassette tapes or any old video, photo or audio formats that you’d like preserved on CD or digital which are accessible on your smartphone, TV and computer, we will collect them from your doorstep, convert them to digital and return them to you in one of our Memory Boxes, ready to be gifted or kept personally for years to come.

Why wait? Convert your microcassettes to digital now!

Once these steps are complete, your Microcassette is fully converted to digital and CD, giving your audio a new lease of life. It’s now time to relive your newly restored audio memories. Preserving your precious memories and gifting an EachMoment Memory Box to a friend or family member is an especially touching way to remind those closest to you how much you care about them. Whether it be a birthday, Valentine’s Day or Mother’s or Father’s Day, the memories enclosed in an EachMoment Memory Box always make the most thoughtful gift.

A Brief History of Microcassettes
microcassette and recorderThe Microcassette is an audio format developed by Olympus in 1969. Although they use the same width of tape as their predecessor, the compact cassette, a Microcassette is half the size but offers similar recording time.

Although Microcassettes were mainly used in dictation and answering machines, they were also used in the recording of music and were popular amongst concert and festival goers as they offered a more discrete method of recording compared to bulkier compact cassettes.

Olympus tried to cash in on the emerging Walkman market with their SR-11 microcassette player but failed to effectively rival the hugely popular Phillips cassette Walkman and were slowly phased out. Microcassettes, however, are still used in underground and experimental music circles because of their lo-fi quality and are still produced worldwide by a handful of manufacturers.

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