My father was a sound engineer in the 1960's and 70's. My mum wants a clear out and my dad would like to listen again to his old recordings. I'd like to help him and make a digital archive of the recordings which he could access easily. The tapes include music as well as plenty of film dialogue including A Clockwork Orange on which he was sound recordist. All the recordings were made on his Nagra which is still in good working order.
I'm wondering what would be the best way to digitally archive his recordings. Should I buy an audio interface for my laptop and record to my laptop? Should I buy a digital recorder (which I could use standalone on other occasions)? What other options are there?
Thanks for any thoughts.