Got it taped... art of retro music recording

Jean-Luc Renou, of the Mulann Group, with his company’s latest product

A new generation of music lovers are being introduced to the joys of cassette tapes, thanks to a French company.

In the past, there was a real thrill watching the little wheels spin while listening to recordings of your favourite music.

Now an updated formula of the famous BASF tapes, once reputed to be the best for sound quality and longevity, is available.

Recording The Masters, part of the Mulann Group, is the only company in Europe making cassettes, at its factory at Avranches in Normandy.

The Mulann Group specialises in making the magnetic strips found on bank and other cards. It began ...

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