EXPLANATION OF THE DIFFERENT COLUMNS OF THE MAPS
Date / Place
Date and place of performance recording.
A / B
Assigned Performance number in "A / B Road Complete Get Back Sessions of Purple Chick.
Assigned number in "Complete Beatles' Audio Guide" by Doug Sulpy in 2006.
Assigned title in "Complete Beatles' Audio Guide" by Doug Sulpy in 2006 If it exists. Otherwise Title New.
Nagra roll number.
Calcul (Calculated time)
Partial times sum of all different performances of a roll.
Real (Real Length)
Roll length according to the criteria given in this WEB. This length may not coincide with the calculated length because of the recording speed difference (Pitch) between rolls A and B.
Nº / Calcul / Real
These columns are also used to display a color code that shows the roll state in a visual way.
Yellow – A Roll recording
Light Green – B Roll recording
Light Gray - No Roll on the recorder
Dark Gray - Lost Roll
Dark Green - Roll stopped
Light Blue - Poor recording quality áreas
Red - Performance not included in a Nagra Roll
Messages recorded in rolls by the filming crew for organization and synchronization between perfomances and recorded images.
Slate Numbers recorded in rolls by the filming crew for organization and synchronization between perfomances and recorded images.
Segm (segment length)
Segment length. A segment is a continuous part (without cuts) of a perfomance.
Part length of a segment that coincides with a segment of the other Roll. It is used to check that the assigned times are correct.
Partial (Partial Time)
Time within a roll where a specific event occurs.
In (In Roll)
Visual exhibition that shows if a segment belongs to roll or not.
Real-time base that is used to synchronize the roll segments. Often, this time base is reset to prevent the base time exceeds 30 minutes. It tries to adjust the Roll A length if possible.
Own notes complementing the MAPS data.