For safeguarding and restoring single-carrier sound archives to the platform-independent "eternal" broadcast wave format (BWF) files stores in online robotic archives an automated quality-supervising scalable audio workstation was developed. The advantage of this concept is that the digitized sound signal is stored in the BWF file together with any additional information of interest, such as quality protocol cue sheet, or coding history. The DAW was designed as an "intelligent" partner to assist the sound operator during the transfer from the analog domain to the digital domain, and it relieves the operator from time- and money-consuming monotonous tasks.
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