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Surrounding 2 (Extract 9) - Pseudo Code - Potlatch Music Vol. 2 (Cassette)

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  1. the lowdown on getting good sounds from cassette decks. With the very best analog tape decks it is possible to get a recording quality that is as good as digital. Unfortunately, such decks, which run at 30 ips and use extra wide tape, are more expensive than DAT machines.
  2. PROTOTYPE; U.S.A. 3″ format full silver factory pressed DVD; ; Mastered by WAMO 1 A VB02; 3″ prototype NTSC DVD in 3″ case.
  3. Sex Pistols in conversation courtesy of Judy Vermorel; a self destruct cassette. Fact We haven't bothered much since then. No-one would do real time in sufficient quantities. Now by popular demand, and because we had a nice idea for the packaging, meet Fact c, the first non-limited release cassette from Factory Communications Limited.
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  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pseudo Code - Potlatch Music Vol. 2 at Discogs. Complete your Pseudo Code collection.5/5(7).
  6. The facts are these: I came into possession of a shoe-box full of cassettes with music going back to the pre WWII Billie Holiday era. Eager to play these beauties, I bought a "SONY CD Radio Cassette Recorder" which sounded like it could do everything but cook breakfast.
  7. Take your audio cassette that you want to transfer to CD and insert it into your tape player. Play the cassette to ascertain if it is in working condition and the sound is clearly audible. Step 2. Now take the RCA connector and connect its one end to your cassette player. Follow the color code of the plug to connect appropriately.
  8. May 24,  · Belgian electronic / experimental band, active from - Members were Xavier Stenmans (Xavier S.), Alain Neffe and Guy Marc Hinant. Alain Neffe is - amongst many things - founder of Insane Music (Trazegnies, Belgium), one of the first great underground tape labels in Europe.

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