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This paper describes a two channel digital recording system intended for highest quality audio use. A criterion for the system has been the achievement of all the potential improvements promised by the application of digital techniques to audio; such as dynamic range expansion, elimination of wow and flutter, eliminating the need for noise reduction systems, and elimination of tape hiss, while avoiding the major difficulties typical of this application. Most of these goals have been met in this system by the application of existing technology and theory.
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