This repository is meant to contain microcontroller program source code and circuit schematics for building the circuits for an open hardware and FLOSS based compact cassette player/recorder.
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open-system-compact-cassette

This repository is meant to contain microcontroller program source code and circuit schematics for building the circuits for an open hardware and FLOSS based compact cassette player/recorder.

Randomly answered questions (RAQ)

Why build new hardware for compact cassettes?

In short:

  1. To be able to replace parts from old cassette hardware when they cannot play cassettes (accurately) anymore.
  2. Modern microcontroller hardware could lead to improvements in cassette recording/playback: flutter/faulty belt correction, automatic speed calibration, ...
  3. Digital music/data on compact cassettes
  4. (insert your reason here)