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Re: The end of the cassette ? ? ?

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David Lennick <[log in to unmask]>

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Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 31 Jul 2008 01:02:43 -0400

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I don't even accept projects that involve transferring cassettes. Yet as 
recently as the early 90s, when I was attempting to syndicate a program, one 
station wanted it on cassette. It is to laugh.

dl

Steven C. Barr wrote:
> Point is this:
> 
> The cassette tape is small, easily transported, and ("in its day" in North
> America...?!) a common, readily available format...! !
> 
> If/when computers and CD-R "burners" become available to that "real
> world" outside our limited perception of "everywhere"...they may well
> become a default format...?!
> 
> Of course, by then, DVD (or its inevitable successor...?!) will have
> become the new default format here in North America...?!
> 
> Comment ca va...?!
> Steven C. Barr
> 
> 

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