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  1. Zolozuru

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    Normal bias Audio Cassette Tapes are a very clean normal bias tape. They are high-output, low-noise tapes suitable for voice or music. Recording recommendations: High speed voice or music duplication, mastering voice programs, general purpose use. Available in 60 minute or 90 minute lengths.
  2. Tygojinn

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    Nov 30,  · [1] For you techies out there, CDs have a sample rate of KHz, and a dynamic range of 16 bits. High resolution audio files can reach as high as KHz/Bit, but are most often available at 96KHz/Bit. [2] Robert points out that in the early days of CD, the mastering job for vinyl and digital was the same. That changed over time, as mastering engineers were asked to take advantage of the.
  3. Samuzragore

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    Brian Bromberg. Brian Bromberg certainly has evolved into a very respected voice in music industry. From smashing through the barriers of how the bass is supposed to be played, cutting edge bass design, to being recognized as a world-class producer, songwriter, and session musician.
  4. Kazisho

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  5. Memi

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    Bass shaker reviews and easy advice. My favorite bass shakers, and how they perform side-by-side. Snappy reviews of the Aura Pro, ButtKicker and Clark Synthesis range. Plus: discover the best amplifiers for your shaker, as well as simple tips and tricks.
  6. Taulmaran

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    Some cassette tapes will only have a maximum allowable recording time of 60 minutes (30 minutes per side), whereas there are some models that can allow up to 90 minutes of recording time (45 minutes per side). Furthermore, some blank cassette tape models are bunched up together so people can buy them buy the bulk. However, there are some brands.
  7. Jugrel

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    Here’s what the others won’t tell you about converting LPs, cassettes and reel to reels into mp3 files: They’ll don’t tell you that you could be using your own analog turntable or cassette deck to transfer your music library onto your computer. Instead, they’ll tell you to buy their cheaply built USB turntables and cassette decks that are bad for your vinyls and your audio quality.
  8. Tadal

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    Hey everyone! I've got a few questions concerning the settings on my Mark Bass amp (specifically the VLE and VPF knobs) A little bit about me: I am

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