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Recording, Mixing, and Signal Processing on a Personal Computer
The MacMix program turns an appropriately equipped Macintosh computer into a digital audio workstation providing: disk-based digital recording, fast sound viewing, accurate and reversible editing, a simulated mixing console with unlimited channel capacity and a range of signal processing effects. All sound processing is done in software so that new effects may be added through software upgrades.
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