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Identification of Audio Frequency Sources Applied to Cassettes
In radio broadcasting, the use of cassettes has many advantages for rapid handling of recordings. For radio animation or variety programs, the recording quality is such that the cassettes lend themselves to this particular usage. The system proposed unites cassette readers and a control unit which puts at one's disposal a library or recordings, instantaneously accessible by means of selection and control desks. With the progress in technology, it is no longer necessary to call upon cumbersome computers to have an aid which is practical and efficient.
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