Osiris Studio Completes Project for The US Centers For Disease Control

Osiris Studio has completed the digitization and restoration of several venereal disease recordings for the David J. Sencer CDC Museum. The project consisted of 8 rare 16-inch transcription discs. Each record featured 1 15 minute public service announcement radio show per side with such artists as Hank Williams, Woody Guthrie, and Phil Silvers all warning of the dangers of venereal disease.

Rev. Johnny L. "Hurricane" Jones - Jesus Christ from A to Z Released on LP

Rev. Johnny L. "Hurricane" Jones - Jesus Christ from A to Z released on Parlortone/Dust-to-Digital. The album is a great collection of recordings from Rev. Jones’ personal recordings of his services over the years. Rev. Johnny L. Jones stood out for his unique delivery that combined solid theological grounding and moody, explosive flights into a high-turbulence zone between song and speech, earning him a reputation as the Fireball Preacher and more famously, The Hurricane. The project consisted of digitizing hundreds of reel-to-reel and cassette tapes. Audio restoration and mastering by Michael Graves, Osiris Studio.

Osiris Studio Upgrades Analog to Digital Converter

Osiris Studio installs new Prism ADA-8XR analog to digital converter.  We auditioned several of the top converters in the world and decided on the Prism.  Prism makes what is considered to be some of the most accurate analog to digital converters available in the professional audio world. We take the responsibility of converting our client’s audio artifacts to a digital format very seriously. Usually this is a onetime process for analog media reaching the end of its life. Therefore it is critical that the analog to digital conversion process be performed by only the best converter available. The Prism ADA-8XR is nothing short of state-of-the-art in this regard.

Osiris Studio Preserving Coca-Cola Archives

The Coca-Cola Company selects Osiris Studio for preservation project.  The collection consists of 7,000 radio commercials recorded on a variety of sources; reel-to-reel tape, vinyl, shellac and acetate records. 

“Coca-Cola’s corporate archive represents a national treasure and I am honored to have been trusted with the responsibility of ensuring part of its long-term survival,” says Osiris Studio’s Michael Graves.  Spending the last few months preserving these recordings has been a very rewarding experience.”