TapeTronic: Hacking Tape Decks To Create Music

TapeTronic: Hacking Tape Decks To Create Music
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Using a hybrid mixture of modified tape decks and various effects Alexis Malbert creates music using archaic technology.

Dan Gould
  • 11 february 2010

TapeTronic

Using a hybrid mixture of modified tape decks and various home-brewed effects Alexis Malbert creates music using archaic technology.

Also known as TapeTronic, Malbert scratches and manipulates cassette tapes in his custom players, creating an rough but modern sound.

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