TAPE DREAM                
                                 
                                          
 FOR  STORING MUSIC  ON.  ALSO  DATA  BUT 
 AT  THIS  POINT   IN  TIME  THAT'S   NOT 
         REALLY IMPORTANT I THINK.        
                                          
                                          
       TYPES OF TAPE      
                                          
           CLASS I - "BAD" IRON           
         CLASS II - GOOD CHROMIUM         
      CLASS III - BAD IRON PART TWO       
        CLASS IV - DANGEROUS METALS       
                                          
 RUMORS EXIST ABOUT A SECRET CLASS V TAPE 
         THAT IS ACTUALLY USEFUL.         
                                          
                 BIAS                 
                                          
 CLASS  I USES  ONE  HUNDRED  AND  TWENTY 
   MICRO-SOMETHING WHILE THE OTHERS ALL   
 USE   SEVENTY   OF   THE   SAME    UNIT. 
                                          
                                          
         AHA AND        
                                          
 CLASS  IV  IS APPARENTLY TOO  STRONG  TO 
 BE USED  ON  CLASS  I  PLAYERS.  IT WILL 
 SOUND  TOO  LOUND  AND   IT   CANNOT  BE 
 COMPLETELY ERASED.  THIS  IS VERY  WELL. 
  MAYBE SOME WONDERFUL BLENDING EFFECTS   
            COULD BE ACHIEVED?            
                                          
 THEY ALSO GNAW AT THE TAPE HEADS  A  BIT 
      BETTER THAN EARLIER TAPE TYPES.     
                                          
                                          
         ARTIFACTS        
                                          
 GOOD TAPES ARE  DECENT AND  HAVE A  GOOD 
 HIGH FREQUENCY  PRESENCE, BAD TAPES  ARE 
 LOFI  IF NOT OUTRIGHT BAD. IDK,  I KINDA 
                 LIKE IT.                 
                                          
 BIAS LOSS:  IF YOU FORGET  THE BIAS  WHO 
 KNOWS   WHATS   EVEN  ON  THERE  ANYMORE 
                                          
  FLUTTER: KINDA QUICK PITCH VARIATIONS.  
   BEAUTIFUL, WONDERFUL, EXTRAORDINARY.   
                                          
 WOW: A SLOWER  FLUTTER, USUALLY  SEVERAL 
 SECONDS  LONG.  WHAT  UP.  BOTH OF THESE 
    INCREASE WHEN TAPE SPEED DECREASES.   
                                          
 PRINT THROUGH: TAPES  RUB SOUND  ON EACH 
 OTHER  IF  THEYRE  ALONE  FOR  TOO  LONG