AN-5 Audio Archival Recording

Since the invention of the Phonograph by Thomas A. Edison at his Menlo Park, NJ laboratory in 1877, recordings have been made and stored for future use as a record of the words, wisdom, sounds and music of all peoples. The degradation of these recordings began the day that they were made. This Application Note describes the standards, processes and guidelines to best preserve recordings.

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