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Digital Audio Editor
As digital audio editing method is required to have equal or better function compared to the analog editing method, several important factors should be solved: 1) Easy location of edit point similar to the shuttling of the analog tape recorders, 2) high editing accuracy, and 3) smooth and natural signal continuity at the edit point similar to the diagonal tape-splicing of analog tapes. In digital audio systems employing VTR (video tape recorder), the electronic editor satisfied the important factors described above, as reported in this paper.
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