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Distortion (24) - The End (Cassette)

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Label: Not On Label (Distortion (24) Self-released) - none • Format: Cassette Mispress • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal


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Posted 12.11.2019 by Mezikasa in category "DEFAULT


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  2. By Gardalrajas on
    Jun 09,  · Re: cassette tapes sound warped and distorted Post by steve» Mon Jun 09, am After making sure that your tape recorder is clean and in good condition, it can sometimes help to fast forward through the tape once in each direction - old tapes can sometimes be wound too tight, or unevenly, causing this kind of problem.
  3. By Nezuru on
    Apr 24,  · The metal-formulated audio cassette hit the scene near the end of the s, as the answer to a number of problems with previous tape formulations. The standard ferric-oxide (Type I) tape had typically rendered poor high frequency definition, with pervasive noise, meaning a woolly sound without much presence or zing except where you didn’t want.
  4. By Mikara on
    cassette shells basically come in two types, welded together and screwed together. the screwed together shells will have from 1 to 5 screws holding them together. the welded ones have no screws. both halves are joined using a process called sonic welding which makes repair a little difficult but not impossible. welded shell tapes must be cracked open. screwed together tapes .
  5. By Nizragore on
    Here's a quick and easy hack on an old portable cassette player, to make it become a noisy distortion effect. The parts are easy to come by, and this is a pr.
  6. By Vokora on
    Cassette Tape Specific Techniques Though most tapes suffer from the same ailments as they age and deteriorate (hiss, warpage, weather issues, etc.), because the cassette is confined to a smaller case, it has its own special problems that you may encounter.
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  8. By Vudoshura on
    When played, the electronics reduce the high end to normal level, effectively filtering the tape noise.[1] Unfortunately, this has the side effect of making highs very likely to distort. For standard cassette tape this emphasis starts at about 1 khz [2].

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