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print-through : When tape recordings are wound tightly on the reel, the adjacent layers of tape sometimes influence one another so that the signal from one layer will bleed into the next layer of tape. This causes a faint echo of the signal which may be heard as a pre-echo, audible before the main signal. Print-through is worse at recording levels which approach the tape saturation level. See heads-out.

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