After Wash - Various - Voice Of Noise Compilation (Cassette)

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  1. Get Cassette Sounds from Soundsnap, the Leading Sound Library for Unlimited SFX Downloads.
  2. This is the correct answer. For anyone who doesn't see it, look very close at the point where the chain first touches the cassette, at to of the video posted. You can clearly see the chain catch the ramp of the next highest sprocket, then drop back onto the correct sprocket again, creating the problematic noise.
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  4. Aug 09,  · According to many state and federal regulations, the inside of the car wash is not expected to go over 85 decibels. In addition to concerns with business neighbors and regulations, noise can be detrimental to employees, especially. Productivity can decrease, and on-the-job safety can suffer when employees are exposed to loud, continuous noise.
  5. By Various. I have several cassette tapes of concerts and recitals recorded when I was at music college in the '70s, which I want to transfer to CD, cleaning up the recordings in the process. so that whenever the signal falls below the threshold level in each band (which, after learning the noise sample, is set automatically just above the.
  6. May 05,  · There could be several things wrong. Likely, the belts inside the cassette player are loose and slipping. Another common issue is the cassette could just be shot, if the cassettes were kept in a place where they could have gotten hot like in the sun or in an attic, the coating on the tape can deform.
  7. Cassette Adapter Noise. I recently got a Cassette Adapter from a friend for my not so great car. Anyways, the adapter works great except that the gears are loud as hell. I tried removing the gears from the adapter but the tape would get spit out after playing music for three seconds.
  8. Apr 10,  · By connecting your cassette player to your computer, you will eliminate external sounds and background noise, thus ensuring you get a high-quality recording with clean audio. Depending on your cassette deck, you will need some of this equipment: 5mm standard cable (Stereo RCA) – mm headphone jacks are common in most cassette decks.

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