Compact Cassette

Compact Cassette to Digital Conversion Service in Toronto & GTA

We offer a full range of services to convert and transfer your Compact Cassette tapes into digital file or CD format. Call us at 416 479 0903 for a Free Quote.

One of the most popular formats for commercially produced pre-recorded audio was Philips’ Compact Cassette. From its inception in 1968, the Compact Cassette, which was comprised of a magnetic tape, passed between two spools inside of a plastic casing, would be a viable option for consumers well into the 2000s, retaining its relevance from the age of the Vinyl record through the advent, and eventual takeover of the Compact Disc.

A unique feature of the tape cassette format is its ability to record 2 sets of stereo tracks, with 1 set exclusive to each direction the tape is ran. Which is why you might remember having to flip over the compact cassette to hear the remainder of the content as it ran the tape back in the opposite direction.

Though the majority of the music industry has moved on from the limited format, there is still an active niche marketplace on the independent music scene, so there’s still a chance you might find the next big hit on the enduring Compact Cassette!



WAV, MP3 or other formats
Transferred using professional grade equipment
Digital cleanup included
WAV, MP3 or other formats
Transferred using professional grade equipment
Digital cleanup included


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Digital solutions

Digital Solutions

Digital files on:
USB / hard drive / the Cloud
DVD / Blu-rays


We have a very rigorous Quality Control process which gives us the confidence to say that we completely stand behind our work and guarantee the results. If there are any issues with the quality or performance of the digital materials created (not having to do with the physical condition of your media) we will reprocess those materials at our expense, no questions / no hassles.

We are committed to ensuring the Privacy and Security of our clients information:

  • All client materials (both physical and digital) are tagged, tracked and stored in a secure location and returned to the client upon completion of the project.
  • All digital files are archived and securely stored offline (LTO-6 Tape Drive) for 14-days post receipt before our deletion protocol is initiated.
  • All services are performed in-house by Digital Treasury Group employees; no 3rd parties, no risks.
  • All Digital Treasury Group employees are required to sign a comprehensive Confidentiality Agreement.
  • We adhere to all aspects of the Canadian federal government's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).



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Etobicoke (HQ)

415 Horner Ave. #8
Toronto, ON, M8W 4W3
416 479 0903

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North York

265 Rimrock Rd. #2A
Toronto, ON, M3J 3C6
416 479 0903

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In 2014 Digital Treasures went fully commercial and became a part of the Digital Treasury Group (DTG). DTG is exclusively focused on being the highest-quality provider of full-suite media conversion and archiving services nationally. We operate under a fully integrated ‘lean’ business model utilizing industry best practices for providing low-cost/high-value digital solutions to the commercial, institutional and retail marketplaces. Our infrastructure has been purpose-built to (1) mitigate all potential risks associated with the handling and processing of a high volume of multiple media formats and (2) ensure the delivery of a best-quality digital solution fit to the client’s specific requirements. Our methodology is based upon 10 years of dedicated media conversion and archiving experience coupled with 15 years of leading-edge corporate experience resulting in the creation of what we know to be the “best in class” provider of these services in Canada.