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        The New Possibilities of the Cassette | Soundbreaking

        The cassette tape became popular due to its affordability, portability and the capacity to record over it. Musicians describe recording whole records or making mixtapes for their friends as a major part of their teenage lives in the 1980s and 90s.

        This video is part of a lesson plan called Consumer as Creator: How Cassette Tapes Established New Possibilities for Listener Interaction. Find more resources in the Soundbreaking collection.

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