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Re: [ARSCLIST] Tape baking question

If memory serves, baking is known to be detrimental to some types of tape, so I'd suggest separating them out as best you can, bake, reassemble and Xfer.

Joe Salerno
Industrial Video Services
PO Box 273405
Houston Texas 77277-3405

David Lennick wrote:
Here's one for the team. Let's say you have a reel made up of several short
pieces of tape, either a compilation or a master or just something where it was
convenient to group similar pieces of material together. Let's say SOME of the
selections are recorded on 176, some on 456, some on god knows what....and of
course, now you have a tape that has sticky shed on only some of the tracks. Do
you bake the whole thing or try and remove only the portions that need
treatment and bake them?


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