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October 12, 2015 AT 2:00 am

DIY Cassette Tape Echo #MusicMonday

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Awesome tutorial from instructables user DimaZ3.

This Instructable will show you how to make an analog tape echo effect for use with electric guitar or any other audio source. The cassette tape echo employs the same basic principle as legendary vintage units like the Roland Space Echo or more primitive reel-to-reel tape echo setups, but using much cheaper and more readily-available used cassette technology. Unlike the classic commercially-made units, this project has more limited features, more unpredictable behavior, and a noisier, more lo-fi sound– whether those qualities are desirable or not are up to you.

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