Definition of tape echo in English:

tape echo

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noun

A facility which allows the repeat of a sound to be delayed by adjusting the time lapse between the recording and playback heads of a tape recorder.
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  • But really you need to hear the whole LP - it's stacked full of inventive samples, old-style tape echo, Minimoogs galore and generally more ideas than you thought it was possible to fit onto one record.
  • Also, with the use of analog devices including backwards symbols, vintage keyboards, tape echo and voice distortion, the record secretes vintage appeal.
  • One tip though- don't try to create a tape echo with old walkmans and a Fischer Price tape recorder - you'll make yourself very upset when you break it.

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