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Tape-Cut Editing of a Stereo PCM Tape Deck Employing Stationary Heads

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The PCM tape recorder should perform the traditional function of recording for practical use in studios. Along with electronic editing, tape-cut editing will also play an important role in studio work. Advantages of tape-cut editing are: 1) Editing time can be minimized if splice points are not numerous. 2) Editing can be performed with only one PCM deck without expensive electronic equipment. This paper describes signal processing and performanc of digital tape-cut editing.

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