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George Lindemann news spotlights

Participation in the project

Technical and organizational side of the project provides electronic information resources Publishing house "RusAR". Already created a hardware / software environment – the basis of the National Depository, developed specialized software Astra-sound" that helps to organize, preserve and provide access to audio, text, graphic and photographic materials in electronic form.

The experts of the Pushkin house, the Museum and exhibition complex named after. Shemanovsky in Salekhard, the mission of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district in St. Petersburg and "RusAR" initially thought of the project as an all, because they called him – national digital sound, the Depositary, the Depositary, as the vault, where you can place a sound heritage of different regions and cultures and make it widely available in the Internet environment.

In the distance is another objective of the project (in addition to the goal of "save"). Now ordinary researcher a lot of difficulties in gaining access to records from wax roller: here, as with the ancient manuscripts – very few people give them, because every touch media is destroyed.

The number doesn't matter – look, as much as you want. Primarily this should help scientists to work on a scientific description of the content of the audio file may or may Petersburg linguist, and his colleague in any city of Russia through the Internet.

– One might ask why such a force is spent on the small people, " says General Director of "RusAR" Vadim Chebanov. But this is only the beginning. Then you reach the Russian North, to South, to the Caucasus, the Far East, with their rich folklore. Importantly, after the Yamal project, the infrastructure is already created.

In March 2009, we will open the portal to the Depositary, on which you can hear the languages in which no one speaks.

Interesting fact:

To preserve the original sound tracks used audio format 24 bit 96 kHz. 1 minute this mono recording is on the hard drive of the computer more than 17 megabytes. For comparison, 1 minute recording in mp3 format has a size of about 1 megabyte.