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Bad Taste - Bad Taste (18) / Robert Giffard - Split Tape (Cassette)

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  1. Migul says:
    Jul 04,  · 7. Boards Of Canada ‎– “Boc Maxima” Another Boards Of Canada release in the list, from the same year as the one above, And just like “A Few Old Tunes”, this one was only ever released on cassette, no other formats are tuevidcomprapergecelirekalibcha.coinfo tracks on this tape .
  2. Akinomuro says:
    Cassette tapes are astoundingly cheap for music producers, making them an ideal medium from a margin perspective. They only cost about $ to produce, making them a really strong option for labels and artists. They’re also great for the consumer, because you can pick up a new cassette tape for about $10 instead of the $25 it costs for vinyl.
  3. Akinotaxe says:
    Cassette Tape Soap - old school, party favor, mix tape, audio, s, s, s, music, stocking stuffer, pop star party, rock star WizardAtWork out of 5 stars (2,) $ Favorite.
  4. Zolokazahn says:
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  5. Bracage says:
    Memorex DBS 90 Single Blank Cassette Tape. The Memorex DBS 90 Single Blank Cassette Tape is the simplest, barebones blank cassette tape on this list. While other blank cassette tapes are packaged inside boxes so you can buy them as a set, sometimes you don’t need a whole bunch of these tapes as you might just need one for a specific recording.
  6. Mazukasa says:
    Nov 29,  · I just acquired a Tascam portastudio MKII 4 track recorder. In the manual it says I should be using 45 or 60 minute type II cassettes. Does anyone know anything about recording on cassette tapes and what the best tapes I could get would be. I saw some 30 minute type II TDK cassette tapes on ebay labelled as professional studio master tapes.
  7. Tojin says:
    to explain what's inside a cassette, we'll use the one that came apart peacefully. pic 1 - inside a cassette with half its shell removed. pic 2- the slip sheet. this reduces friction between the tape and the shell. these can be clear. pic 3 - the pressure pad. this provides even contact between the tape and the heads on the machine that read.
  8. Arashit says:
    Oct 05,  · Audiomover Tech - Fixing the Cassette Tape Pressure Pad - Duration: AudioMover 15, views. I built a guitar out of a shelf during lockdown! - Duration:
  9. Dolar says:
    type 1 tapes are the most common out there and still being made to this day. pic 1 is of a modern day type 1 tape. they may be marked normal bias on the packaging. type 1's are also known as ferrics to cassette tape enthusiasts. they are really nothing more than very finely ground rust mixed with some chemicals and stuck to a mylar plastic tape base. the tape itself can have a brown color.

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