It was believed that it was the same fate as VHS booths or phone gaps, but a small, ignorant sound cassette had not yet said it had been last re-recorded.
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The cassette is known to everyone who grew up in the 80s and the 90s of the century, and is very common in the unusual "kambek", like many famous productions, like Taylor Swift, Dej Zi or Lana Del Rey, re-release albums on the magnetic tape.
That is why many music industry professionals have hit the door of Mulann's small French factory, specializing in the production of magnetic strips. The reason: the world's audio tape stock was a big drop.
Suoene has a CD, and then with “streaming”, audio cassettes almost disappeared from the stores. A few stayed, it was reserved for old fashioned side A side and side B.
Mulann produced magnetic strips for underground train tickets or for cards in customs booths, but never hear cassettes. In France, colds, no audio cassette was produced for 20 years.
However, the factory received the new position on the tritium.
Rena Reno's Chief Executive is convinced that the world has places for analogue sound today.
"For example, heating. You have radiators, it's nice, it's digital, but it's always nice to light a good fire in the fireplace," he said. "It's our pleasure," he says, "and that's a cassette or vinyl."
They knew the chemical formula earlier, and when some techniques were problems, the production began. In a 60 minute tape, 89 meters of tapes will be installed.
Cassettes made deliberately in a black-orange retro design, costing 3.49 euros per piece. Meso is produced by thousands, and 95 per cent is for export, says commercial director, Ltd Arden, who, as a 27-year-old girl, is too young to experience pleasure or suffering, the cassette cases are lit. late or later, because the ego had to be pierced with a head or finger.
In the deal with cassettes, Mulann received the production of National Audio Company from Springfield, the US city.
"There is plenty of work for both factories," said Steve Step, the son of a 50th anniversary company. Cassette sales rose by 23 per cent in the US triple last year, from 178 to 219 thousand pieces.
But this is not the same as the 246 million albums sold on the cassette in 1994, but it's not quite, given that the format has been considered dead since a year ago.
"As an old fashioned type, I don't want to imagine a world without analogue music," said Step. "The world is all around, our ones are ui and similar."
"Digital recordings are the same, but they don't have harmony, in fact they are digital images of sound recordings," he said.