One of the beauties of "4 Track Cassette Tapes" is the ability to Erase Them & Record over them multiple times. But 1) Don't go wreaking your dad's old recordings without asking first... Who Knows.. He might be the Soul-Owner of Grateful Dead Bootlegs , er sumpthin'! (ONE Of a kind, and irreplaceable since Jerry G. is no longer with us. ((R.I.P.)) ) And 2) Be aware that The SAME CopyRight Laws apply to "cutting tapes" as "Burning .MP3s !
You can mix a personal tape for yourself, but Selling Them is a HUGE "No-No"
Otherwise, Have A Blast! We sure did!
Oh.. 3) I wouldn't "tape over" store-bought tapes, they were even more expensive than vinyl albums ...once upon a time...
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