On Monday, (02/06/12) I was carefully rewinding a 2", 24Tr. scoring
master while deciding if the tape was a candidate for baking when some
china marker (grease pencil) scribbles went by on the backcoating. I was
surprised to find this practice still being employed in 1993 when the
tape was recorded. The Recording itself was Main and End title music.
There was 6 takes and each was marked on the backcoating with a china
Had I baked this tape before inspecting it, I would have risked a grease
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 2/8/2012 3:19 PM, Jim Lindner wrote:
> Tom there are many instances where baking before cleaning is not advised, and Martin nicely described just one of them. I would extend that and say that there are many situations where baking is not advised at all, and if so only after other processes have been tried beforehand and have failed and all other avenues exhausted.