you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye
That's why they need you to link up the not so obvious, isn't it ?
listen to cassette then use pencil to jot down the lyrics?
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the pencil was used to rewind the cassette…
am i that old?
haha used to did that during the walkman era!
probably the scenarios that happen is before there is rewinding?
It's like an olden day DVD. Portable music players moved from cassette tapes to CD to memory cards. It's amazing how the data, which was once stored in tapes, can exist in such a small chip now.Originally Posted by Kit
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In current technology, tape backups are still the most reliable backup technology but not consumer pricing yet.
Actually some are smaller than the cassette you saw above, just thicker
Last edited by David Kwok; 7th October 2011 at 01:26 AM.
If you ask me, I say all are analog. The difference in so called digital or analog is how you interpret the analog data to determine between digital and analog
Many years back, I have actually though of writing a driver for my old sound blaster card to write digital information into an audio tape. Didn't really get into it because never really pick up driver writing skills in my study and career path.
Last edited by David Kwok; 7th October 2011 at 03:17 PM.
I remember the first cassette tape I bought was Vanilla Ice haha!