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  • The Neverclaim

    Tape Op! Mitchell's favorite recording magazine with his favorite cover. Very clever.

  • jb

    TapeOp is an excellent mag covering music recording; how-to, equipment reviews, interviews with engineers and producers, etc. It's also free in the U.S.

  • Matt Valdes

    The Creative Music Recording Magazine.

  • jan blacka

    BUNNIES!!! Tape Op's magazine cover features what they are "fairly confident is the world's most extensive leporine-themed audio glossary."

  • Pro-Tape Staff

    We still have copies of the March/April issue of TapeOp Magazine. Stop by Pro-Tape at get your free copy today!

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