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Processing Systems for the Digital Audio Studio
The potential immaculate quality of digital recording and processing is readily recognized by the audio industry. Furthermore, the inherent remote-control capability of digital processing opens up new opportunities for improved ergonomic design of control consoles. For the audio industry to take advantage of these opportunities, a variety of design challenges must be conquered.
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