For several minutes, there was nothing but the hiss of the tape coursing past the recording head, and that damned dog.
From there, he and his colleagues found a way to make ferrite recording heads which were in high demand.
The most significant advance is a new type of magnetic recording head known as a magneto-resistive head.
The first development in multitracking was stereo sound, which divided the recording head into two tracks.
Before so much as an inch of tape passed through the recording head.
Unlike the recording head, the playback head has a single core.
Within he saw a spindle and a recording head.
It was able to order its own parts factories to shrink the circuitry and produce a tiny recording head for the tape.
It is placed on the "back" of the tape, directly across from the recording head.
Photo of an early recording head as part of a wire recorder.