In 1959, George Eash and Vern Nolte introduced a user-controllable recording format called the Fidelipac, or NAB cartridge, or “cart” for short. From 1959 to the mid 1990s, this magnetic tape was the industry-standard tape cartridge widely used in radio and broadcast, allowing near instantaneous playback and synchronization of audio clips. Fast-forward to today, and MiniDisc has come and gone, and sophisticated computerized audio playback is the norm. But what about when you really do want ...

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