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Re: [ARSCLIST] BWF RF64
Thank you both for all the thoughts and guidance.
Yes, I'm dealing with preservation. But often the tools and standards
used for preservation can take advantage of the latest commercial
standards. So both of your replies have been very useful with
tackling the 4GB (and 2GB) challenge.
The Audio Archive, Inc.
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
[mailto:ARSCLIST@xxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Parker Dinkins
Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2007 3:17 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] BWF RF64
on 9/5/07 4:44 PM US/Central, John Spencer at js@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> The Grammy Foundation methodology standard is not the same document
> as the Producers and Engineers Wing Deliverables document I
> referenced. The Grammy Foundation document pulls some information
> from the P&E Wing document (see Resources, page 5).
> The P&E Wing doc is meant to be used as a guideline for commercial
> born-digital recordings (of which many exceed the 4GB topic raised by
> Eric in his initial post).
Well, then I misunderstood (I am quite aware of the distinction).
I thought Eric's question dealt with audio preservation, not interchange
standards for commercial born-digital recordings.
Audio Restoration + CD Mastering