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An Experimental "All Digital" Studio Mixing Desk
An experimental minicomputer-based mixing desk is described in which all functions, including mixing and equalization, are implemented by real-time digital signal processing hardware. The experimental mixer has 16 input channels, 8 track outputs, and full monitoring and auxiliary facilities. The equipment was first used operationally during experimental recording sessions in late 1979, and since mid 1980 it has been undergoing extended operational trials.
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