Notable Projects

Radio Haiti Recordings on 1900 Cassettes & 1500 ¼" Reels Transferred For Duke University in Durham, NC (2016):

Duke Chapel Recordings on 200 Cassettes & ¼" Reels Transferred For Duke University in Durham, NC (2015):

Victor Young Collection of over 350 Vinyl, Shellac, and Instantaneous Lacquer Discs Transferred For Brandeis University in Waltham, MA (2014):

The Baltimore Sun and WYPR Join Forces to Share World War II 1943 Christmas Program, Giving 71 Year Old Woman Chance to Hear Father's Voice For The First Time (2013):

Unpublished JFK Tape Recordings Containing Interviews with Friends and Leaders Transferred From JFK Library in Boston, MA For Use In Public Radio Show "We Knew JFK: Unheard Stories From the Kennedy Archives." (2013):

Robert Frost lectures and interviews Transferred For Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH (2012):

    1960 Harry S. Truman Interviews on 102 Dictabelts Transferred For The Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence MO (2011):

    Martin Luther King Jr. Speech Transferred For Bethel College in Newton, KS (2010):

    1500 Compact Cassettes From Osama bin Laden's compound in Kandahār, Afghanistan Digitized For Yale University (2008):

    Over 200 hours of recordings were transferred for the George C. Marshall Foundation and made available for free to the public on iTunes U (2008):

    Captain Fuller Sonoband Recordings Transferred For The Field Museum in Chicago, IL (2003):

    The Cutting Corporation is featured in the History Channel documentary “Save Our History:  Save Our Sounds” which highlighted the digitization work we performed for the Library of Congress, American Folklife Center (2002):