[feature article] Part One of this article, published in the December 2002 issue, reviewed recent developments in digital audio interfaces, including approaches involving computer network systems. That was concerned principally with streaming audio in production, postproduction, and broadcasting environments; in other words, the transfer of one or more real-time streams of audio data between devices—the digital equivalent of analog signal cables.
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