- n. Plural form of reel-to-reel.
“I have boxes of cassettes, a bunch of reel-to-reels and stacks of CD's of bootleg opera recordings --at last count, I had 17 different performances of Die Tote Stadt alone-- that if the cops kick my door in with a warrant about all my illegal and illicit recordings, I'll go meekly.”
“When he died, his daughter donated his collection of jazz reel-to-reels and records to a university.”
“UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Bring your DVD players, your old VCR, your tape, your reel-to-reels, any game consoles that you don't use anymore.”
“It's a huge collection, centred on reel-to-reels, but with plenty of other good stuff along the way.”
“It features eight whirring reel-to-reels and various dance-in theremins.”
“The watch sergeant in the com center beneath City Hall let Bosch record the 911 call off one of the big reel-to-reels that never stop rolling and recording the cries of the city.”
“Mr. Benitez is soliciting tracks from other D.J.s from the disco era and will open his own vault of tens of thousands of CDs, 45s, 8-tracks and reel-to-reels for the station, relishing the opportunity to play music that has not been heard on the radio before - dance versions of songs that weren't even commercially available at the time.”
“I've bought a couple of reel-to-reels and walkmans (walkmen?) and have been splicing tape loops, removing erase heads, feeding tape through multiple tape players, speeding up and slowing dow, etc.”
“Brian Houston's musical influences range from old-time gospel tunes to late-night paternal indoctrination through bootlegged Hank Williams reel-to-reels.”
“They might consider reissuing this one with the full album repeated at half speed, as many a banjo picker sat analyzing Scruggs 'revolutionary lightspeed picking on this LP by slowing it down on their reel-to-reels.”
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