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Re: [ARSCLIST] Tape baking question
First of all, i mean not to steal
Richard H's thunder, as he knows quite
a bit more about this subject than me.
That said, it strikes me that the solution
proposed here only accounts for splices
*so* sticky as to be identifiable by touch alone.
Thus allowing selections exhibiting less
ridiculously obvious stages of hyrolysis
to miss the boat.
Quoting Tom Fine <tflists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Guys, this is not all correct. Wait for Richard Hess to chime in.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Lennick" <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, October 08, 2006 10:38 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Tape baking question
> > That was sort of what I expected the answer to be.
> > dl
> > "joe@xxxxxxxxxxx" wrote:
> >> 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
> >> > treatment and bake them?
> >> >
> >> > --Stuck
> >> >
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