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That strong magnetic tape, slipped into a little cassette recorder, has held us together for all these years.
Essentially, each individual Lincoln movement was controlled by a hydraulic or pneumatic actuator and guided by a particular audio tone from a magnetic tape machine (or Binloop machine).
The space agency often reused its expensive magnetic tapes, erasing and overwriting data.
Each machine played 14 tracks of analog audio simultaneously on the 1-inch wide magnetic tape which kept everything in sync, explains David Feiten who was Disney's chief animation producer during the 80s and 90s.
If civilization stopped right now, in a thousand years all the magnetic tape, compact discs and hard drives humanity stores its digital media on would have long outlived their shelf lives.
In part that’s because the physical media they were originally recorded on — film stock and magnetic tape — were so fragile.
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MAGNETIC TAPE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of magnetic tape for English Language Learners
: a thin plastic tape that is coated with magnetic material on which information (such as sound or television images) may be stored
MAGNETIC TAPE Defined for Kids
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