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A Flexible Digital Sound-Editing Program for Minicomputer Systems

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A FORTRAN-based program for digital sound recording, editing, and playback is described which operates in a minicomputer environment with disk storage and dual channel converters. Interactive operations facilitate rapid sound editing (via visual and aural monitoring), estimation and display of waveform parameters, and output of signals in a variety of flexible formats, thereby meeting the needs of both scientific audio research and creative sound editing.

JAES Volume 30 Issue 3 pp. 127-134; March 1982
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