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No Point Of View - Chronics* - On Tape It Sounds Different (Cassette)

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9 thoughts on “ No Point Of View - Chronics* - On Tape It Sounds Different (Cassette)

  1. Megami
    Dec 14,  · And I know some of you may say that not all voices will sound the same but the sound of tape sounds so damn good and different from todays equipment If you wanna record to cassette, that's cool. Just know that it's gonna sound-- quality-wise--like underground beat tapes from the 90's.
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  2. Nikohn
    cassette player sounds () Most recent Oldest Shortest duration Longest duration Any Length 2 sec 2 sec - 5 sec 5 sec - 20 sec 20 sec - 1 min > 1 min All libraries Justine Angus SFX Bible Big Room Sound CA Sound Moon Echo Audio Stormwave Audio Sound Ex Machina Ryan Wassil.
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  3. Musho
    A normal tape deck cannot record onto a metal tape -- the deck must have a setting for metal tapes in order to record onto them. Any tape player can play a metal tape, however. The controls on the tape deck let you match the recording bias and signal strength to the type of tape you are using so that you get the best sound possible.
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  4. Shajora
    First step of a good recording is to have a good recorder. No good recording can be done on a budget recorder. In my experience, 80% of the quality perceived on a tape comes from the recording. So if you really want something that sounds as good as –or even better- than your actual digital player, you will need a good deck.
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  5. Ditilar
    but no, seriously the best mp3 example sounds vastly better then the best tape example. Dolby noise reduction can help tape a lot but it's not without it's drawbacks. A properly encoded mp3 at vbr setting v0 can't be distinguished from a cd by most people. It's been proven time and time again.
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  6. Nezilkree
    Once the sounds played through, everything is done, and now you have an image recorded on a cassette tape. To read the image off the cassette, open the RX tab in MMSSTV. Then, use the same audio cable to plug the tapes headphone jack into your computers line-in jack.
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  7. Magore
    The Maxell Audio Cassette tapes are doing fine. I know that cassettes are long past being popular but i'm glad that i can still get them. I am a musician and i use them to record my rehearsals to return home to listen too to correct or enhance my playing of certain songs.
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  8. Turg
    Sep 27,  · This is just a starting point for me, so if this doesn’t sound right I will try different bus compressors and EQs, then make a few recordings on tape and settle on whatever sounds best. Overloading a cassette deck’s circuitry isn’t the same with all available cassette recorders out there.
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  9. Fedal
    in the audio cassette world, all cassettes are the same shape and same size. "type" refers to the chemistry of the tape. knowing the chemistry is important because different type tapes have different effects on sound reproduction. audio tape is not a sterile media. tape imparts it's own signature (distortion to you engineer types) on recorded music. knowing a little about what the different.
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