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Old 2016-01-29, 06:08 AM
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What does UAG and UDG mean on recordings?

Is there a list out there of the recordings abreviations?

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Old 2016-02-11, 09:18 PM
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Re: Newbie question

As nobody answered your question, here is my input, but it is just a guess:
UAG could mean Unknown Analog Generation and UDG could mean Unknown Digital Generation.
At least that would make sence, wouldn't it?
If you could provide a link to where you read it or explain where you have seen it, it would help.
Or better still, you could ask the person who wrote it.
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Old 2016-02-12, 06:47 AM
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Re: Newbie question

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As nobody answered your question, here is my input, but it is just a guess:
UAG could mean Unknown Analog Generation and UDG could mean Unknown Digital Generation.
At least that would make sence, wouldn't it?
If you could provide a link to where you read it or explain where you have seen it, it would help.
Or better still, you could ask the person who wrote it.
Well, that makes sense! I was wondering; "WTF do those MEAN???" hahaha That makes sense, considering the website we're on. Unless there's some strange context that's unrelated to taping, I'd go with that...
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