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A Grid-Based Approach to the Remote Control and Recall of the Properties of IEEE1394 Audio Devices
Typically, the configuration of audio hardware and software is not integrated. This paper discusses a software system that has been developed to remotely control and recall the properties of IEEE1394 (FireWire) audio devices via a series of graphical routing matrices. The software presents sound engineers with a graphical routing matrix that shows, along its axes, the available FireWire audio devices on a FireWire network. Inter device connection management may be performed by selecting the cross points on the grid, and intra device control may be performed via device editors that are displayed via the axes of the matrix. The software application may be hosted by a compatible Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) application to allow for the storing and recalling of the various properties associated with the devices.
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