Tape delay can mean:
- Delay (audio effect), an audio effect reminiscent of an echo
- Broadcast delay, the practice of intentionally delaying a radio and television broadcast of live material.
Other articles related to "tape, tape delay, delay":
... In 1972, Eno developed a tape-delay system first utilised by Eno and Robert Fripp (from King Crimson), described as 'Frippertronics', and the pair released an album in 1973 called (No Pussyfooting) ... was borrowed from minimalist composer Terry Riley, whose tape delay feedback system with a pair of Revox tape recorders (a setup Riley used to call the "Time Lag Accumulator") was first used on Riley ... His first such work, 1975's Discreet Music (again created via an elaborate tape-delay methodology, which Eno diagrammed on the back cover of the LP ), is considered the ...
... In radio and television, broadcast delay refers to the practice of intentionally delaying broadcast of live material ... A short delay is often used to prevent profanity, bloopers, violence, or other undesirable material from making it to air, including more mundane problems such as technical malfunctions or coughing ... In this instance, it is often referred to as a seven-second delay or profanity delay ...
2) and Doug Collins (Game 3) 1986 CBS (Games 1, 3 (tape delay), 4 (regional) and 5) TBS (Game 2) Dick Stockton Rick Barry Tom Heinsohn Bill Russell 1985 CBS (Games 1, 3 (tape delay), 4 (regiona ...
... early 2000s KVJM gained the notoriety of airing morning shows on tape delay between 9 AM and 6 PM ... mornings, but the station continued to air it -- this time on tape delay from 2 PM to 6 PM, while Tom Joyner still aired live 5 AM to 9 PM ... Eventually, KVJM added the Russ Parr show on tape delay it aired 10 AM to 2 PM ...
Famous quotes containing the words delay and/or tape:
“Face troubles from their birth, for tis too late to cure
When long delay has given the evil strength.
Haste then; postpone not to the coming hour: tomorrow
Hell be less ready whos not ready now.”
—Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)
“I could buy one
Tape and get another free. I accept- Ed the deal, paid for one tape and
Chose a free one. But since Ive been
Repeatedly billed for my free tape.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)