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Digital Control in Electronic Music Studios
A new concept for a studio for electronic sound production will be dealt with, in which three methods of control are available to the user; manual control, voltage control and digital control. A digital bus system and a microprocessor form the heart of the studio. The possible ways of using such a studio will grow as more software is developed for the microcomputer.
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