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The Ethics of Preservation, Restoration, and Re-Issues of Historical Sound Recordings

This paper is aimed at the ethical side of preservation, restoration, and rerecording, considering such questions as: How much of the original signal has to be preserved? What may -or must be-corrected? What can be omitted? What can be inserted.

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JAES Volume 39 Issue 12 pp. 1014-1017; December 1991
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