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Audio Dementia: A Next Generation Audio Mixing Software Application

Audio Dementia is the next generation software application for mixing audio. The objective of Audio Dementia is to make audio mixing more intuitive, thus making audio mixing more user friendly by reducing the learning curve. The provisionally patented layout of Audio Dementia is straightforward to use and understand. The basic concept is that every track in a song has an icon on a stage area that represents its volume and pan with respect to a central icon on the stage. To change the pan or volume just click and drag the track icon to the point on the stage that the user wishes to place it. This position is also relative to the timeline so that each track can have multiple points consecutively connected by a corresponding path color.

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