Acetate stock was used as a base for motion picture film, sound film, and magnetic tape predominantly between the 1950s and the 1980s. Acetate stock replaced the flammable nitrate stock that had been the base for 35mm theatrical film during the first half century of the motion picture era. It is
An over-processed track suffers from what audio engineers might consider to be too much of a good thing. Any process designed to improve, repair, enhance, or otherwise advance the quality of an audio track can, if used in excess, have the reverse effect and start to diminish its overall quality.
Azimuth is the vertical alignment in the plane of the tape path along the record and playback heads of a tape machine or mag dubber. Azimuth issues are timing issues due to the alignment of the tape against the head. Before recording or playing back tape or film, azimuth adjustment is applied