The Art of Data Management and Archiving: Part I

Blake, Larry
March 2002
Mix;Mar2002, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p108
Part I. Suggests data management and archiving method in motion picture sound editing using digital techniques. Reference to hard drive capacity problems; Use of the Pro Tools computer software; Importance of a consistent file-naming scheme.


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