You - Brutally Familiar / TSS - Do You Remember? (Cassette)

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  1. Jun 24,  · Do you remember compact audio cassette tapes in the s and 80s? They were so revolutionary at the time that vinyl long-playing (LP) records were predicted to become obsolete as these small analog tapes took over. You could buy not only prerecorded cassette tapes, but also blank ones to record your favorite song tracks.
  2. Sep 22,  · The boys’ reaction is going viral. Not only were they surprised to hear about their utility but you can actually see them struggling to picture the devices in action. According to the clip’s description on YouTube, the boys still don’t fully understand how cassette tapes work! This will make you feel so old. But, hey, at least you know.
  3. Today, most people listen to the music they like by downloading or streaming from the Internet, but there’s a weird trend emerging. For more than a decade, cassette tapes were considered obsolete, replaced by vinyl records and later, internet streaming and downloads. In the UK, over 35, cassette .
  4. Do you remember cassette tapes? Between vinyl and CDs there was something else people listened to music on. Of all the formats on which music has been delivered there has surely been none as impractical as the cassette tape. Flourishing comparatively briefly in the crossover period when people stopped buying vinyl but couldn’t afford CDs.
  5. For some, this might conjure up the image of a familiar and dangerous sight: a burn barrel. Burn barrels were part of a larger incineration practice around America and some of Europe. For a time, people used this as a go-to for waste disposal and heat at once.
  6. Apr 29,  · About us. What’s Best Forum is THE forum for high-end audio, product reviews, advice and sharing experiences on the best of everything else. A place where audiophiles and audio companies discuss existing and new audio products, music servers, music streamers and computer audio, digital to audio converters, turntables, phono stages, cartridges, reel to reel, speakers, headphones, tube.
  7. Sep 26,  · The Compact Cassette appealed, I guess, also due to its relationship with tape and reel to reel. It was like a small handy affordable version of what was in a studio. It was not perfect, but I find it strangely warm and familiar. I don't bother with Dolby - always .
  8. Sep 27,  · Whereas I find digital files don’t sound as good as vinyl, they do sound better than cassette, along with being more convenient. I guess it’s probably cheaper for an indie band to produce copies of a cassette than to press vinyl, but surely CD would .

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