Traditional designs for recording and remix audio concoles have depended heavily upon hardwired circuits for virtually all signal paths. This practice was reasonable for the manual console, though it created a less flexible and more committed control system. With the arrival of digital techniques in audio control and signal circuits, automated or memory oriented console designs have done little more than provide automatic versions of essentially manual concepts. This paper proposes a fundamentally different approach incorporating digital control and signal circuits and memory.
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