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A Codeword Controlled Multi-Standard Recorder Design for Digital Audio Application and a New Approach to Digital Recorded Program Editing

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Several hardware manufacturers have already published their digital audio recorder parameters. The author aims to overcome the implied standardization problems and to avoid future drawbacks arising from fixed parameters by introducing a "codeword controlled multi-standard recorder design" described below. In addition, an editing concept is considered which enables digital audio program editing and punch-in without disturbing crossover effects, even on razor-spliced tapes.

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