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 produce
> mag tape on a paper back.
> Almost as bad as the company in Los Angeles in the
> early 50s who used cellophane Mothers Cookies over
> run web stock and reslit it to 1/4" tape brown oxide
> on one side and purple printing on the other, it was
> quite a laugh.
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