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  1. A lot of places of worship choose to record services to circulate to the housebound or to people who missed the act of worship. Cassette is a very convenient format for 3 reasons. Firstly, with an auto-reverse cassette deck and a C tape you can record a hour service without a break onto one piece .
  2. At the factory I'm sure they had a tach or frequency counter listening to motor ripple. In the field you'd put marks on a piece of tape and use a stopwatch. More time consuming but very accurate. In fact, many cassette tapes had second leaders with visible marks " (1 second) apart. \$\endgroup\$ – Harper - Reinstate Monica May
  3. Cassette Player, Portable Cassette to MP3 Converter and Walkman Tapes Recorder Digital Audio Music Player with Earphones, no PC Compatible, Directly save into TF card Model #: BRUS Item #: 9SIAFNP8X
  4. Jul 11,  · In that case you can master directly to the tape deck to hear how your processing affects the results. Good luck. Cheers Philip Share Quote. 10th July #7. wado Lives for gear. Like the others said, DO NOT try to make it loud. I wish people would follow the same advice for CD, but any limiting or clipping you do will just make for a.
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  6. After the advent of the CD, the cassette tape fell out of popularity. Although seen as an outmoded audio format, the cassette tape has the sound of an analog recording that some listeners still prefer. Over time, cassette tapes can become worn and damaged, but they can be restored to a playable condition.
  7. If you require high frequency detail, but have to remain within a certain budget, then tape type 2 should be your choice. And if you want a cassette that sounds as close to a digital master as possible, and you and your fans don’t mind paying a little extra for the sonic quality, tape type 4 is definitely the route you .
  8. Sep 27,  · Mastering for Cassette (the right way) If you’re going to create a master cassette to possibly be the source for cassette duplication, you should do it the right way. I wish I could tell you it was as easy as heading down to the nearest Goodwill, spending $30 on a used deck and recording your tape as hot as possible.

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