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The following posting has been forwarded from the AMIA list.   Brenda
Nelson-Strauss


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Subject: [AMIA-L] Announcement from the AES


Interesting document, in the context of the discussions on this forum...

-- Eric Wenocur
Lab Tech Systems




AES JOINS FORCES WITH PRODUCERS AND ENGINEERS WING OF THE RECORDING
ACADEMY TO RECOMMEND ARCHIVAL FORMATS FOR RECORDED MUSIC PROJECTS The
AES Technical Committee on Studio Practices and Production recently
joined forces with the Delivery and Specifications subcommittee of the
Producers and Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy, chaired by Kyle
Lehning and George Massenburg. The Committee produced a new AES
Technical Document, AES TD1002, which recommends methods of delivery for
recorded music projects, short-term and long-term archival formats,
minimum and preferred standards for delivery and provides tables of
approved formats and media. Guidelines about accompanying documentation
are also included. Visit <http://www.aes.org/technical/documents/> for a
free copy of AES TD1002. The committee welcomes comments via email at
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