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Remote Interface for Audio Devices (RIAD)

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Although many audio devices have the capabilities to be remotely controlled (by MIDI, RS-232, proprietary systems), usually this control it's oriented to automation and computer control, using hundreds of specific parameters, which usually don't support all the control features and presents some problems as a human interface, forcing a manual intervention in the equipment. To resolve this problem, 'Remote Interface for Audio Devices' (RIAD) allow a remote access to the devices interface (leds, buttons, displays, knobs,...) letting you do any king of operation.

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