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Vinegar Syndrome is an indicator of a complex chemical process caused by the decomposition of the acetate film base of certain types of mags and audiotapes. Over time, this deterioration process yields acetic acid (or vinegar) as a pungent byproduct, giving this syndrome its distinctive odor and
An artifact is an unintended and undesirable by-product of a process or treatment which has been applied to an audio track in excess. Artifacts are NOT inherent in the source material; they are created or induced by a process, and in many cases are irreparable. Artifacting can occur regardless
Metadata is used to facilitate the understanding, characteristics, use, and management of data based on the type of data and the context of its use. Some examples: A) In a library database, metadata about a book would likely include the author, title, genre, a description of the content,