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Microcomputer Controlled Tape Recorders System
The new generation of tape reorders provided with serial interfaces for communication make possible to achieve continuous sound program requires either prerecording of the sound program on the tape without the possibility of further modifications or loading of the tape recorders with each part, one by one. There has been achieved a system containing 2 up to 14 tape recorders and a microcomputer. The beginning of each tape contains the part names and the desired playing sequence. The developed software allows the real time change of parts sequence and other audio parameters.
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