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documentos tecnicos de grabacion ESPANOL

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TECHNICAL DOC
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Document AESTD1002.1.03-10
Recommendation for delivery of recorded music projects
Nashville members of the P&E Wing of The Recording Academformed a Delivery SpecificationsCommittee, and in collaboration with the Audio Engineering Society
s Technical Committee on StudioPractices and Production have created
The Delivery Recommendations for Master Recordings
document.
AUDIO ENGINEERING SOCIETY,
INC
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INTERNATIONAL
HEADQUARTERS
60
East42ndStreet,
Room 2520
New
York, NY 10165-2520, USA Tel: +1212 661 8528 Fax: +1 212 682 0477E-mail:
HQ
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aes.orgInternet: http://www.aes.org
 
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AUDIO ENGINEERING SOCIETY,
INC
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INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS60 East 42nd Street, Room 2520,New York, NY 10165-2520, USATel: +1 212 661 8528 Fax:  +1 212 682 0477E-mail:HQ@aes.orgInternet:http://www.aes.org
The Audio Engineering Society’s Technical Council and its Technical Committees respond tothe interests of the membership by providing technical information at an appropriate level viaconferences, conventions, workshops, and publications. They work on developing tutorialinformation of practical use to the members and concentrate on tracking and reporting the verylatest advances in technology and applications. This activity is under the direction of the AESTechnical Council and its Committees.The Technical Council and its first Technical Committees were founded by the AudioEngineering Society in 1979, and standing rules covering their activities were established in1986, with the intention of defining and consolidating the technical leadership of the Society forthe benefit of the membership. The Technical Council consists of the officers of the TechnicalCouncil, the chairs of the Technical Committees, the editor of the Journal, and as ex-officiomembers without vote, the other officers of the Society.
TECHNICAL COUNCILWieslaw Woszczyk - Chair (WVW@AES.ORG)Juergen Herre - Vice Chair (HRR@AES.ORG)Robert Schulein - Vice Chair (RBS@AES.ORG)TECHNICAL COMMITTEES Acoustics andSound Reinforcement Archiving,Restoration and Digital Libraries Audio forGamesAudio for Telecommunications AudioRecording and Storage SystemsAutomotive AudioCoding of Audio Signals High-Resolution Audio Loudspeakersand Headphones Microphonesand ApplicationsMultichannel and Binaural Audio TechnologiesNetwork Audio SystemsPerception and Subjective Evaluation of Audio SignalsSemantic Audio AnalysisSignal ProcessingStudio Practices and ProductionTransmission and BroadcastingAES TC TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONSAES White Paper 1001: Networking Audio and Music Using Internet2and Next-Generation Internet CapabilitiesDocument AESTD1001.1.01-10: Multichannel surround sound systems and operationsDocument AESTD1002.1.03-10: Recommendation for delivery of recorded music projectsThese and other Technical Council publications may be downloaded from its home page at:WWW.AES.ORG/TechnicalThe Audio Engineering Society, now in its fifth decade, is the only professional society devoted exclusivelyto audio technology. Its membership of leading engineers, scientists, and other authorities has increasedramatically throughout the world, greatly boosting the Society’s stature and that of its members in a trulsymbiotic relationship.
Traducido por marvin  El Salvador San Salvador
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Recommendation for Delivery of Recorded Music Projects
Page 1 of 19 – Delivery Recommendations030930.33 revision
Introducción Al uso de la tecnología digital y la disponibilidad de software y hardwareinformático potente, pero relativamente barato exponencialmente ha ampliado el alcance yla variedad de herramientas creativas que se utiliza en el proceso de grabación. Sinembargo, la constante evolución y la obsolescencia incluso como consecuencia de estasherramientas muy amenaza cada vez más nuestra capacidad de volver a examinar las víasmaestras originales, incluso en el corto plazo.  Con esto en mente, los miembros deNashville de la P & E ala de la Academia de la grabación ® formaron a un Comité deespecificaciones de entrega, que ha creado la entrega recomendaciones para documento degrabaciones del maestro. Este es un documento conciso pero expansivo que contienedirectrices para ambos a corto plazo (transitorio) y almacenamiento a largo plazo de(archiving) de grabaciones, que son la esencia misma de la obra del artista de la grabacióny el núcleo de la base de activos de la industria discográfica.  Es esencial que todas laspartes interesadas - los productores, ingenieros, artistas, sellos discográficos y fabricantes -trabajar juntos para garantizar que estos activos a menudo insustituibles de históricosartísticos se conservan.  El documento incluye una "instantánea" de los formatos másampliamente en uso hoy en día.  Mantendrá su relevancia con actualizaciones de dos vecesal año por el Comité de las especificaciones de la entrega, que se reunirán en sesionespúblicas para discutir nuevos formatos y tecnologías a medida que crecen y nota queterminará las tecnologías y materiales en situación de riesgo.  El documento derecomendación de entrega subraya la importancia de la documentación y la creación dedocumentación en formatos legibles por máquina listo para "recopilación" en explotacionesde datos.  Hay poco acuerdo en este momento como al formato de la documentación; Noobstante, es crítico para denotar el proyecto de grabación en detalle, y ofrecemos algunosejemplos de un punto de partida.  Es de vital importancia enfrentar estos problemas ahora,como formatos de grabación profesional nunca antes han sido objeto de tal un ritmoacelerado de obsolescencia.
Kyle Lehning George MassenburgDelivery Specifications Committee Co-Chairs,The Producers & Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy and the AESTechnical Committee on Studio Practices and ProductionSeptember 30
th
, 2003

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