What does good metadata look like? As we saw in an earlier article, it is extensive, precise, unique, allows inference, and is portable. Healthy metadata also helps audition tracks, and organize them.
Of course, that’s the conceptual approach. What are some hard and fast rules of composing metadata?
Not sure how to write the best metadata for your sound fx collections? Want to spend as little time as possible and receive superior results sound pros will love?
Today’s post shares a list of rules or “commandments” you must follow to create the best sound fx metadata for your field recordings.
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