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Mixing Console Design Considerations for Telematic Music Applications

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This paper describes the architecture for a new mixing console that was especially designed for telematic livemusic collaborations. The prototype mixer is software-based and programmed in Pure Data. It has many traditional features but also a number of extra modules that are important for telematic projects: transmission test unit, latency meter, remote data link, auralization unit, remote sound level calibration unit, remote monitoring, and a synchronized remote audio recording unit.

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