Hanging Our Possessions - Brian Noring - Normal Bias Audio Cassette (Cassette)


Download Hanging Our Possessions - Brian Noring - Normal Bias Audio Cassette (Cassette)
1999
Label: FDR Tapes - #111 • Format: Cassette • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract, Noise, Experimental


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  1. May 22,  · The Type I normal bias audio cassette was the standard and most widely compatible tape format – the direct descendant of the original compact cassette. The tape preserved sound by means of a ferric-oxide coating, and first appeared on the consumer market in the mid s. Heading the post you can see a fairly early Type I musicassette demonstrator, which was used to help drive the cassette.
  2. Type 1, Normal Bias, cassettes. These range from entry level, for everyday recording, to some of the best cassettes ever made. Don't be fooled by the moniker "Normal".
  3. Fuji DR-I Normal Bias 60 Minutes Audio Cassette DR-1 Type 1 NEW SEALED. $ Trending at $ Panamax MD2-C Surge Protector 2 Outlet Direct Plug-In and Coax - White NEW @ $ Trending at $ The Beatles - Anthology 1 ( Apple/Capitol) Double 2 Cassette tape Set NEW. .
  4. Jan 14,  · It's been a while, so I my memory could be fail, but I believe high bias refers to metal or metal-oxide tapes, whereas normal bias is the non-metal, lowest grade tape. Normal bias = type I High bias = Metal Oxide, type II, and Metal, type IV. Ahh, here we go: " What is Type I, Type II, Type III, and Type IV cassette tape?
  5. “One of the most notable people from the mid-’90s cassette scene was Brian Noring, who lived in Des Moines, Iowa,” McGee continues. “He, to me, is one of the quintessential cassette-art guys. Noring ran a label called the FDR Tapes, and he performed on no less than releases, not .
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  7. my current deck is a 3 heads Pioneer without auto-cal and without any generators, so i needed some specific CD to do the bias calibration (without the need to connect the deck to the PC for the test tones every time i want to calibrate a new cassette on it). and so i .
  8. Aug 05,  · This may be a really dumb question, but what is the difference between 'normal' cassette tapes and 'high bias' cassette tapes? #2. The Ghost of FM. View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Banned Join Date Aug Location Gone Age 59 Posts 7, Thanks Thanked Times in Posts.
  9. Mar 07,  · Actually, with those four-track cassette recorders, I find that normal bias tapes work better than high bias. When I worked with them (usually for demos), I used Maxell and TDK normal bias tapes that you can find at Wal-Mart easy.

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