Sure am!!! i still have couple rolls of Scotch 100
paper stock with gray oxide... I wonder if that stuff
still records ???
I used it on a Brush sound mirror and then a
Pentron... amazing i can remember 50 years ago but
where did i put my coffee cup 5 min ago!!
--- David Lennick <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> If you're talking about actual paper-based
> audiotape, that was produced for
> MANY years, and the original tape used by German
> Radio in the 1930s was paper
> based. We bought our first tape recorder in 1950 and
> fed it Scotch 100 and 101
> and an equivalent brand of AudioTape (1221?) for 4
> or 5 years.
> Dan Nelson wrote:
> > Does 1/4" craft paper tape coated with magnetic
> > particles count as a paper recording medium ?
> > Yea in the late 40s there were attempts to
> > mag tape on a paper back.
> > Almost as bad as the company in Los Angeles in the
> > early 50s who used cellophane Mothers Cookies
> > run web stock and reslit it to 1/4" tape brown
> > on one side and purple printing on the other, it
> > quite a laugh.
> > dnw
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