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The Audio Metadata in the Radio Broadcasting
It is general that the audio sequence or program is produced by DAW, Digital Audio Workstation, and delivered as digital audio file however, the descriptive data about the audio program, such as cue sheet of the radio program, is transferred apart from the audio file. The descriptive data about the content is commonly known as Metadata. The most effective method to transfer the audio data and the metadata is to embed those as one digital file which audio player plays and offers the description of that audio sequence simultaneously. This paper describes the format and scheme of the audio file with metadata.
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