Jessie T. Eiland

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mix tapes, another view

Some Interesting tape Snap shots

  1. mix tapes, another view
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    Image by newrambler
    I got more into mix tape art in the late 90s.

  2. Heavy Metal: TDK MA-R90 Cassette Tape

    Random Commercial Link when it comes to Roxy Palace -
    Roxy Palace

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    Image by Schill
    Striking design from 1982: These TDK tapes (Made In Japan) have an alloy metal frame and a thick plastic front cover.

    I found a photo of one of these on Flickr while researching tape designs a while back, and had to buy one (thank-you, eBay) when looking for reference material for a personal side project.

    From the insert:
    REFERENCE STANDARD CASSETTE MECHANISM

    The construction of the Reference Cassette Mechanism is a singular achievement in cassette technology. The main frame is a one piece, die cast alloy mounted between transparent, hard plastic plates. The entire assembly is locked together with six computer torqued, double threaded screws. Clear liner sheets aid in viewing tape travel. All of the features of the Super Precision Cassette Mechanism are included.

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