German ambient artist Hainbach shared this video, exploring his approach to creating audio tape loops for his work.
Here’s what he has to say about the video:
I have been wanting to create a tape loop collage by hand for a long time. Here is my first effort using the Telefunken M15 tape machine, a pad/drone from the Roland Juno60 and SH02, a Fender Rhodes, a Bechstein M10 piano and a ride cymbal.
Note: Hainbach’s approach is tailored to his needs – not to traditional studio tape editing. If you know of other tutorials or demos on audio tape editing, leave a link in the comments!
Update: Hainbach shared a second video on the subject. The second video incorporates suggestions and feedback from viewers and explores some old-school tape editing techniques that are good to know, if you’re interested in using audio tape:
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Thanks or the feature! I already got a wealth of feedback to that video that I will work into a follow up. In the meantime I urge everyone to check the comments, there is good information there.