VCR-wave (Episode 2019-22)

June 1, 2019 Uncategorized

We know that it’s a challenge to wait by your radio every week to press the ‘record’ and ‘play’ buttons on your cassette recorder at the beginning of Cafe Chill. Plus, most modern cassette tapes are only 30 minutes per side, which makes for that awkward flipping of the tape at the 30-minute mark. We have a new solution for you:

Record Cafe Chill to videotape! Use the ‘aux-out’ jacks from your AM/FM boombox, and run a cable to the ‘aux-in’ jacks on your VCR. Plus, you can use your timer, and record up to 2 hours on SP speed, and 6 hours on EP speed.

When you listen back, plug the audio-out of the VCR directly into your Hi-Fi stereo (don’t worry about the video or tuning your TV to channel 3 or 4). With technology quickly evolving, we’re right there with you, and we feel this solution will work for you in the long term.

On this week’s episode, we’re featuring music from Cosmic Quest & Smokestacks with Virginia Palms, Bad Snacks, Yumi And The Weather and more. Check us out on your local public radio station!

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Café Chill is Public Radio's weekly curated chill mix, produced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, WA. Your curator is Seth Bolin.
 
Café Chill is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

About The Curator/Host

Seth Bolin has been involved in the Pacific Northwest electronic music scene for years, as a member of Go Periscope and several other projects. In 2015, he became part of the Café Chill team, taking hosting and curation duties.