Bibliography on tape decks


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Tape Op: The Book About Creative Music Recordingby Larry Crane.320 pagesPublisher: Feral House (January 26, 2001) Before Tape Op hit the scene as a modest self-published zine in 1996, no magazine spoke directly to people who recorded music at home in makeshift studios. Gathering the best articles from the first dozen issues of Tape Op, plus new features, this book ventures into the exciting territory of sounds created by inexpensive and "obsolete" devices. More than just a how-to manual, it is a reliable reference guide for studios, bands, musicians, producers, and fans. Articles are categorized by subject, including home recording, artists and bands, studios, techniques, and equipment. Available at
Troubleshooting & Repairing Consumer Electronics Without a Schematic (Paperback) by Homer L. Davidson. 461 pages Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 3 edition (January 15, 2004) Available at



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