Founded as a live audio recording studio in 1982 George Blood Audio (GBA), also known as Safe Sound Archive, has grown to become a leading provider of audio and video archiving services. One of only a few similar companies in the world, GBA is an expert in transferring audio and video content to or from any format. Services consist of reformatting (recovering sound from failing or obsolete formats), restoring audio and video formats (enhancing the sound, including improving intelligibility, removing noise, etc.), and archiving old audio and video types in a secure, climate-controlled and fire-protected vault while transferring them to digital versions. Some long-term clients include The Philadelphia Orchestra, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, The Museum of Jewish Heritage, the National Park Service, the Library of Congress, and the United States Marine Corps Band.
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