#1
So I just recently bought King Diamond's Abigail on cassete (it was only a buck) and the second it started playing, I noticed it sounds higher in pitch and seems to play a LOT faster than the cd. They hardly even sound like the same recording. Do you think this is because of the age of the cassete or do you think it was purposely slowed down and lowered in pitch when it was remastered for the cd?
#2
Could be a number of mechanical factors as well as the age of the tape. I don't think it had anything to do with mastering.
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#3
It might have been changed for the CD, like on Kind of Blue, it was too sharp due to the machine, but on my CD of it they put it to how it should have been.

Or it might just be a dodgy tape
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#4
Or maybe your cassette player just spins the tape too fast. Have you tried other cassettes?
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Or maybe your cassette player just spins the tape too fast. Have you tried other cassettes?



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#6
the tape player speed is wrong, there might be a dial to adjust it somewhere
#7
The tape player is wrong. Same thing happens with records, some things sound slower/lower or faster/higher on different machines.
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