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Tape Formats and Multitrack Formats
The tape format of a digital audio recorder is directly related to its capabilities for error correction, editing, and punch-in and punch-out. A digital recorder can be classified as a stationary-head or rotary-head machine. Various tape formats, limited by the physical constraints of the recording mechanism, are described.:
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