here's a tiny sample of our 7"
Del Eilers 3M
if it could really be effective without being destructive.
Exercising the tape serious oversaturation recording drift from
adjacent layer contact normally loud signal
Spoken word recordings dry ambience print through nightmare.
> The expert print-through Neal Bertram. Research Physicist Ampex 33 page article
> print-through October 1980 issue Journal of the Audio
> Engineering Society Head of the Center for Magnetic
> Recording Research at U.C. San Diego
> Print-through is caused by "thermal idiots"--magnetic particles
> that didn't
> line up when told to by the field of the recording head. Thermal
> weak particles magnetic dipole
> easily Stud3r machines magnetic
> erase powerful enough neutralize
> problem dipoles
> thermal idiots can
> random orientation mechanical shock high-speed passes tape
>reduce the print-through.
> turns in the tape stress the tape.
Magnetic Tape Recording
Type III metallic
Parts of the Tape Deck
Tape Head Formats
Half Track Stereo
Quarter Track Stereo