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An Editing System for Multichannel Digital Tape Recorders

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A method for routinely implementing high quality edits is a valuable adjunct to a multi-channel digital audio recording system. A programmable digital editing system offers improvements over cut and splice editing which are comparable to the improvements which digital recording has exhibited over analog recording. The design of such a system, which is currently being developed for use with the 3M Digital Audio Mastering System, is described.

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