3.I. Reproductions (which are themselves unpublished)

3.I.1. A reproduction itself may be unpublished, broadcast or published. Apply this rule only when the reproduction itself is unpublished and where a separate catalogue record is made for the reproduction .

An example of this situation may occur when a catalogue record is prepared for a preservation, dubbing master or reference copy created in-house by an archive or collecting institution, and where the purpose of that copy is for internal use only, and not for broadcast, publication or other public distribution. This may occur with in-house compilations, or (according to the institution's practice and policy), if a new catalogue record is created for each one-to-one copy of identical content.

In these cases do not also give the place and name of the archive or collecting institution in this area, as this would mislead users to believe that the item is a published or broadcast item. Instead, give information about place and name of the archive or collecting institution in Area 7.

3.I.2. Based on RAD 1.4B3

Here give the date(s) of creation of the unpublished reproduction . As necessary, include explanatory term(s). Give the date(s) of creation of the original in a note.

Dubbed flat 1989-07-15
Note: Recorded 1956

Re-recorded and enhanced in 1992
Note: Recorded Melbourne Town Hall, 1936-02-06

Reference dat copied 1995-02-16--1995-02-18
Note: Compilation of edited selections from field recordings made in various locations in Poland between 1965 and 1966

Dubbed flat 1986
Note: This copy prepared by the NFSA, Canberra
Note: Recorded in NSW, 1956-1958


Canberra : NFSA ; dubbed flat 1986
Note: Recorded in NSW, 1956-1958

Playback copy dubbing 1996
Area 7: Reference copy dubbed by the NSA, London


London : NSA, p 1996