Cassette Cards Revamp The Retro Mixtape

Cassette Cards Revamp The Retro Mixtape
technology

Sharetapes combines the physical and the digital, using NR and QR codes to share music between friends with their smartphones.

Daniela Walker
  • 14 february 2013

Making a mixtape is a seemingly lost art form. MP3s and other digital formats are the primary way that people listen to music nowadays, so the joy of sharing a perfectly thought out compilation of love songs, to be rewinded and played back again and again, has fallen to the wayside. But, romantics and retro-lovers fear not, Australian start-up Sharetapes has developed a way to combine digital music with the physical symbolism of the classic cassette tape.

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