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Audiotapes or Magnetic tape has been used for sound recording for more than 75 years. In this time, many advances in tape formulation, packaging, and audio fidelity have been made. Since some early refinements improved the fidelity, magnetic tape has been the highest quality analog sound recording medium available. As of 2007, magnetic tape is being replaced by digital systems for most sound recording purposes.

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