A parallel interface for digital audio applications is reported. Most of the conventional interfaces use serial data transfer which tends to require complicated connections as the system level becomes higher. In order to solve such complications, a parallel interface has been employed for experiments at commercial recording studios with satisfactory results. This interface offers more simplified exchange of complicated data among several pieces of equipment.
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