An LP, in music, is a long-playing vinyl record. Often, the term LP is used to refer to a 33 and one-third rpm microgroove vinyl record. These records are still used today, and they’re incredibly common across records which feature “analog” sound qualities—as opposed to the digital sounds which were later made popular by compact discs. As music became available in digital formats, LP music soon referred to track numbers.
In short, an EP refers to extended play vinyl records. It turns at 45 rpm. Normally, an EP contains extra music after a single.
Your record is transferred to a DVD or USB Hard drive using dedicated software. They are edited so they have clean starts and finishes.
These reels were often used by families and friends who lived far from each other, or even different countries One family would record in with a microphone and talk about how their family was going, what their children were doing, sending Christmas Wishes etc, then they would post the reel off to other family, and they would listen to it, and do the same back.
These Reel to Reel tape machines were developed by engineers of the German Electronics Company AEG in the 1930’s, Reel to Reel audio machines were big and heavy pieces of equipment that were nearly the size of a suitcase.
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