AES New York 2019
Archiving and Restoration Track Event AR03
Friday, October 18, 11:15 am — 12:15 pm (1E11)
Archiving & Restoration: AR03 - Metadata from Creation to Consumption to PreservationChair:
Brad McCoy, Library of Congress - Culpeper, VA, USA
Tony Brooke, DDEX, Pandora, Recording Academy - San Francisco, CA, USA
Maureen Droney, The Recording Academy - Los Angeles, CA, USA
Paul Jessop, County Analytics Ltd - Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK
This panel approaches metadata from the from the varied perspectives of audio archivists, music creators, labels, distributors, music services, and standards bodies in order to foster a collaborative conversation around how to capture, store, and distribute information about recorded sound. Panelists will compare best practices in the library world to how labels handle the same information and discuss how metadata travels through the pipeline (or doesn’t) to streaming services and end users.
Why is collecting and delivering rich metadata critical for your projects and career? Watch this short video.