The project will constitute an exploration of the choices made by users of audio post-production/editing applications in the selection and re-use of digital media files. The intended outcome would be to inform a better understanding of the ways in which contemporary users engage with digital media artifacts. The production context upon which this study will be based concerns an ongoing enterprise project, some further details of which are referred to below.
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