Petersen, George
December 2005
Mix;Dec2005, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p42
The article discusses ways to safeguarding sound recording medium. The discussion includes the concept of the disks technology as well as the data, the importance of keeping backups, the simple approach in securing data introduced by Dave Reitzas, and the viewpoint of the record label engineers and producers on the issue.


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