Hello cyclopean! Sorry it has taken me a minute to arrive XDAny pertinent advice?
This is a 48 minute full length.
Have you ever used duplication.ca? They seem like the other major option and they have the shell color i want.Hello cyclopean! Sorry it has taken me a minute to arrive XD
I have put out tapes myself and had my music put out on tapes by other folks too.
The place to go is https://www.nationalaudiocompany.com/
If you have them do the duplication for you, they will make the tape custom length to fit your music. If your tracks are relatively equal in length you can split them across both sides of the tape. Or you can have them make a 48-minute tape that has your complete program on each side.
You can also buy blank tapes at whatever length you want and dub them yourself.
Basically, I'd say spend some time on the website. They have all the options you'd want.
In my experience, they do quality work at a reasonable price and offer good customer service
If you have more specific questions, feel free to contact me directly.
$5. That could be low. Pre 2020 I saw them for $5 and would buy unknown bands' cassettes almost automatically for that price.What would you feel would be a fair price at the merch table?
I haven't done it since 1993, but when I did it was very forgiving. I hit the tape as hard as I can without hearing extra distortion.Anything different about mixing for cassette?
Vinyl is well over a year’s wait right now. I buy tapes all the time. Like three or four in the past month.If you are going to go analog, go vinyl. Many people have purchased turntables in the last 5 years and priuces have come down for quality gear.
But few people I know own cassette players (I have one strictly for transferring to .mp3) and the sound quality is lousy unless you spend a LOT of money!
IMO a complete waste of money and time.