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.         
 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.     
 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