Maybe you have a look at open repository systems such as Fedora
Commons and DSpace. Both of them are Open Source, but let this fool
you. It is high quality, but service is not for free.
On Sat, Dec 13, 2008 at 10:05 AM, Joav Shdema <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello list,
> Our lab was landed a large scale project digitizing audio from diverse
> At present we use several DAW stations based around Pro Tools, Nuendo,
> I was asked to consider what Cube-Tec has to offer, especially QUADRIGA.
> Quandriga is "archive solution for digitizing a variety of media types,
> transferring single carrier sound archives into digital mass storage
> systems, with a strong emphasis on audio quality and metadata accuracy"
> Exactly what one would need. The problem is the astronomic price tag for
> getting on this bandwagon.
> Embedding the data into the audio files in utmost important.
> I wonder what would you suggest as a working solution for digitizing,
> archiving and inputting proper metadata.
> Joav Shdema
> Sound Restoration Services
> Professional Audio Israel