I have a couple of choral music cassettes which were semi-professionally recorded by our church long ago. I would like to have them digitized and any necessary EQ / noise reduction performed, so that I can burn a few CD-Rs for church members. There are dozens of outfits on the 'net offering this service starting at ten bucks a tape, but I don't get the impression that too many of them know about (for example) adjusting the azimuth when playing back the tapes. If I had a tape deck with adjustable azimuth, I would do the initial transfer myself. But I don't think it would be cost-effective to invest in one just for this project. Noise reduction / EQ are beyond my experience in any case. On the other hand, I don't have a lot of money to spend; this is not going to be a profit-making project. Any recommendations for where I can get a good transfer and some post-processing done for a relatively inexpensive price? Thanks very much! Michael Decerbo Cambridge, Mass.