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How Much Longer - Various - Hideous Freaks Search For Happiness (Cassette)

Posted on 03.09.2019 by Fenrisida
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8 Responses to How Much Longer - Various - Hideous Freaks Search For Happiness (Cassette)

  1. Turamar says:
    Aug 06,  · “Today’s cassette culture, by eschewing contemporary media forms for more esoteric ones, is building on the older cassette-culture tradition of rejecting dominant industry formats,” audio.
  2. Daijar says:
    Search; Hi8 & 8mm Cassette Transfer. From: We can easily save your Hi8 Tape or 8mm Cassette to a As much as 20% of the video quality is lost within 10 years. Repeated playback and recording of the same tape will yield further quality loss. To preserve the quality of the tapes they should be converted to digital as soon as possible.
  3. Groshura says:
    Feb 18,  · The problem was that long-playing cassettes require extra lengths of tape to be stuffed into the fixed and finite dimensions of the cassette .
  4. Tojagul says:
    hiphop punk metal reggae ska rock n roll 50's 60's 70's 80's 90's alternative country pop new wave soundtracks blues jazz soul classical - all guaranteed.
  5. Golabar says:
    Shop Hardcore Cassettes. 1 – 25 of 24, Prev; Next.
  6. Tojat says:
    Jul 01,  · Right now I'm using a Fostex X nothing fancy, no EQ or anything, no bells and whistles, just straight ahead 4 track recording It's the first multitrack cassette recorder I've ever owned that records at "normal" speed- I use a CR and actually get 45 mins of recording time. Saves tape, which sure ain't cheap anymore.
  7. Shaktikazahn says:
    Oct 03,  · The limitations of Cassette tape recording times are purely mechanical. The quality of the binder holding the ferro magnetic material to the plastic substrate, the quality of the plastic, the various rotating pieces inside the plastic shell, the q.
  8. Ditaur says:
    As the author of the Jefferson Airplane book "Take Me To A Circus Tent", a former radio disc-jockey, and a collector of music I am often asked to write and or discuss various tape products as well as recordings from the 60's and 70's. The Maxell XL2 and XL2S have long been the standard for blank chrome tapes (Position 2).

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