Definition Edit

An access master (also called a production master or edit master) is

an uncompressed BWF file from which all access copies — physical and file-based — are derived. Access masters are made from the preservation master file but may have restoration processes applied, such as editing or signal processing to reduce noise.[1]

References Edit

  1. ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation, App. B, at 223.

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