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Old 07.20.2006, 11:25 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by gmku
really cool idea.

For inspiration, I suggest reading Mix Tape: The Art of Cassette Culture.

Great book & my inspiration for this idea.

I have to admit there's more than a hint of nostalgia to this. My friends and I always used to do this & there are so many bands I like now that I got to know through mix tapes. I still have quite a few of the tapes still. One of my favourites was one a friend made using only his mum's records. Lots of show tunes!

It's also nice if you do some sort of artwork for the cover (no pressure - you don't have to).
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