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Old 2004-12-31, 13:19
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Originally Posted by Transient
lol

see, no one wants to help you because youre such a cocky tool

but here, this is the problem


a fourtrack tape recorded does just that, records four tracks. any regular tape has four tracks, its just that in a regular stereo it only plays back two tracks. the other two are the other side of the tape....that is to say side A has two tracks and side B has two tracks. ever put a regular tape in your fourtrack and listen? side a plays fine and you also hear side b, in reverese. thats why when youre doing a transfer of tape to computer you need to mute the last two tracks so you hear only side a

as for playing in a regular stereo, it aint gonna happen.

I'll try not to be such a faggoth next time. But thanks for helping me out, all I do is make demo tapes of me playing rythm and lead guitar for my band. So I guess me having a two tracker is just fine.
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