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Traceability, Reproducibility, Compatibility-Quality Control Elements in Audio Information Transfer
In transfer from one medium to another or one format to another, the target format may be able to hold more information or less information than the original. According to the purpose of the transfer, a selection of features may be made as a minimum requirement for transfer. Awareness of Traceability, Reproducibility and Compatibility will ensure the fulfillment of these requirements. The dedicated transfer station approach using calibrated equipment is contrasted with the use of diagnostic signals for use with transfer stations of any standard. The advantages and disadvantages of the respective approaches are mentioned, in particular as regards long term storage. The background for creating diagnostic signals for transfer of mechanical recordings is discussed in depth.
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