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For: Blaze Audio, POB 189, Lopez, WA 98261
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Replaying Memories and Records

(Seattle, WA June 9, 2006) With another Father's Day approaching, it's important to remember that "new" doesn't always mean "good." As technology grows more dazzling, people find themselves seeking refuge in familiar tastes for food, friends, and music. But that doesn't mean we're turning into a nation of old fogies. It's like singer Eddie Arnold once said: People don't get older; they just become more human.

Some of the music of our youth, even some of our fathers' or grandfathers' music, has a relevance and depth we now seem to require. People are discovering that the one-of-kind LP that spent so many years in an attic or garage is suddenly priceless. Glen Miller's "Moonlight Serenade" on 78 opens a velvet world of romance and optimism. But don't dare try to enjoy the original. It's likely to be damaged in the playing, engraved by dull phonograph needles, dust, and the simple act of aging.

That's why companies like Blaze Audio have carved out an important niche helping people convert fragile singles, LPs, and cassette tapes to durable compact discs. These CDs let people play their favorite memories anytime, anywhere they want. Transfer services exist that convert LPs for a base price of $15 an album, but more people are discovering how easy and inexpensive it is to use their home computer to do it themselves. They're finding satisfaction in creating a new CD of an old tune.

Software packages such as Blaze Audio's LP to CD Conversion Suite save old vinyl and tapes by converting analog to digital sound. Analog, the way albums were originally recorded, is changed to digital. This makes it easier to store on a CD. This also allows users to break musical tracks into smaller pieces. The right software even lets people remove the scratches, pops, and sizzles that old vinyl picks up through the years. Conversion software like Blaze Audio's offers an easy and inexpensive way to do the complete job at home.

Not only can music can be preserved and enhanced this way, but so can spoken-word tapes. The same process allows people to make CDs of old garage band recordings and party tapes. People can even create an "audio album" of cherished voices. Doesn't this sound like the perfect project for dad?

Bad painted ties are a traditional gift for Father's Day. They always earn oohs and ahs ... and a place at the back of the closet forever. LP to CD Conversion software gives the old man a way to preserve the soundtrack of his youth.

About Blaze Audio:

Blaze Audio is a subsidiary of Singing Electrons, Inc. ( ). Since 1984 Singing Electrons, Inc. has been a world leader in developing device drivers, applications, and firmware for AT&T, Disney, Dolby Labs, Lucasfilm, Motorola, NASA, Philips, QSound Labs, Samsung, Yahoo!, and a host of other companies.

For: Blaze Audio, POB 189, Lopez, WA 98261
Further information: Tom Jeffries,

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