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The Digital Audio Processing Station: A New Concept in Audio Post-Production
Digital audio technology has reached the level where it is now reasonable to imagine combining many different functions into a single, programmable station. Such a station has been built and tested in a variety of settings, such as film sound editing, multi-track recording and mixing, noise reduction, special effects processing (such as reverberation and pitch shifting) music synthesis, and many others. The advantage of such a station is that any new effect or process or signal routing can be added simply by programming, rather than by rewiring. The console itself is entirely 'soft', in that the very meaning of each knob, button, and slider is assigned entirely by the software. This allows the operator to 'tailor' the controls to the task and to his specific preferences. With current digital technology, this can all be accomplished with no penalty in speed, cost, or preference.
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