9 thoughts on “ A Little Respect - Various - Left Hand Path Mixtape (Cassette) ”

  1. Jun 27,  · Cassette inventor Lou Ottens digs through his past to figure out why the audiotape won't die. Rock veterans like Henry Rollins, Thurston Moore, and Ian MacKaye join a legion of young bands releasing music on tape to push Lou along on his journey to remember. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis/10().
  2. Vintage s Rap Vs Rap Cassette Tape Hip Hop Compilation Priority Records Rare $ A Blitz Of Salt-N-Pepa The Hits Remixed Cassette w/ Old School 90s Trading Card.
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  4. Explore the Cassette Mixtapes list by FormatAktaBra on Discogs. Create your own list of music and share it with the world.
  5. Jul 25,  · Cassette sales are on the rise, and it’s the current medium of choice in more “discerning” (ie hipster) circles. Instead of going on eBay for an ageing tape deck with questionable playback capabilities, try this plugin on for size if you want to add some good ol’ fashioned lo-fi effects to your mixtapes and productions.
  6. Sep 06,  · When you make a cassette from scratch-- the music, the dubbing, the labels, the art, the liners, even the casing-- these little human imperfections .
  7. First you need a cassette deck with a record and a pause function, and a blank cassette, preferably one of decent quality. You can do it the old school way, or the new school way. Either way: Wind the tape to the beginning, then press record (and.
  8. A cassette player with two cassette slots and a record function is what I used as a kid. Or a recorder that you plug into the other cassette player through the headphone jack. This is the only way to make a mix(ed) TAPE. anything else is something else. and anyone who tells you different doesn't know what they're talking about.
  9. I'm trying to make a mixtape for my (ex) girlfriend, as we are currently broken up and I am a man hopelessly in love with her. I thought that making a mixtape of all of our songs that we like and that have memories attached to them would be a really sweet gesture. The thing is, I don't have a cassette deck that records cassettes.

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