[78-L] Best Cassette Machine

David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid
Mon Jul 28 14:01:47 PDT 2014

But head design and azimuth are so finicky and variable, it's best to be able 
to have a machine that offers something like a proper lineup with the original 
tracks, which may have been recorded on a good machine or a $29 Lloyds. Pitch 
is easy to fix, phasing isn't. There's a reason I avoid cassettes.

Why does this have an entire digest attached? Just removed it.


On 7/28/2014 4:56 PM, Dennis Flannigan wrote:
> Strikes me that you may have the solution at home. Dub from your own
> cassette deck
> to hard disc, and clean up with the free program Audacity, which and alter
> pitch, speed,
> and a host of other options. I have a thousand or so cassettes, and many
> are worth preserving,
> and I would use my current deck to transfer them, and Audacity to improve.
> Dennis

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