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[Feature] Audio networking is coming of age, demonstrating a greater degree of interoperability between systems. Considerable progress has been made in standardization and common means are emerging for controlling audio devices connected to a network. IP-based data networking is set to replace telecoms-based networking as the method of choice for transferring media data. These topics and more were aired at the recent 44th International Conference, held in San Diego.

JAES Volume 60 Issue 4 pp. 282-286; April 2012
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