Advanced Intelligent Tape
AIT, or Advanced Intelligent Tape, is a high-speed, high-capacity magnetic tape data storage format developed by Sony to compete with the DLT, LTO, DAT/DDS, and VXA formats. AIT uses a dual-reel cassette similar to 8mm Video8 or Exabyte formats. Super AIT (SAIT) is a higher capacity variant
Magnetic tape or film stores audio information via metal particles applied to one side of the tape or film. A record head applies a magnetic flux to those particles, which then orient themselves to represent the audio information. A playback head reads the magnetic flux stored on the tape to
Backgrounds or ambience refers to atmospheric sound. In post production terms, ambience can be the inherent noise of a location or a sound effect sweetener meant to emulate the inherent sound of a location (i.e., wind, air conditioning, or traffic).