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taped

Recorded. Even though the overwhelming majority of audio and video today is recorded onto hard drives and solid state drives (SSDs), many people still use the old magnetic tape terminology. See taped out and videotape.
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Defense attorneys sometimes tried to insinuate that confessions were intentionally not taped because they couldn't withstand the close scrutiny, but the argument rarely persuaded judges to suppress such statements.
Those using recaps can rebut defense charges of coercion by describing what preceded the taped statement.
(Historically, chapters have taped speakers or events primarily as a record.