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Improved Tape-Cut Editing Scheme for the 2-Channel PD Digital Recorders
There are two types of editing schemes to be employed for the stationary head digital audio tape recorder: 1) tape-cut editing and 2) electronic editing. Both schemes have advantages and disadvantages of their own. The authors have developed the improved tape-cut editing scheme using memory device, combining both advantages of tape-cut editing and electronic editing. With this improved editing scheme, rehearsal editing, relocation of editing points, and interpolation free editing have been realized. This paper describes its concept, and signal processing.
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