Mid-July 2013, the Sondor Resonances scanner was put to the test at the Sondor facilities in Zollikon with various film sound materials originating from the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. Tonnie van Els and Paulo Fonseca (both of the Institute) were quickly instructed how to operate the scanner and tangible results from such sources as variable density and variable area material were obtained soon thereafter. In the picture on the far right, an Area of Interest can be seen, which can be selected to make sure that certain faulty areas are obstructed from the scan in order to obtain a better end result.
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Scanning Sound Formats on Sondor Resonances
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